Managing Fears – Part 2

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A good way to manage fear responses is to maintain regular, consistent self-care practices when we are not in fearful situations.

Give Yourself Some Self-Compassion

As a new mother, increasing self-compassion can go a long way in mitigating the negative outcomes associated with anxiety and overwhelm.

Practicing Self-Compassion

compassion, self-compassion

Next time you notice your inner critic, try to practice self-compassion and then take time to reflect on how it makes you feel!

The Cost of Not Doing Therapy

To invest in yourself is to invest in your whole self, your kids, partners, business, and community. It is money well spent.

Self-Care vs Zoning Out

self-care vs zoning out

What is the difference between self-care and zoning out? One leaves us feeling energized and refreshed. The other…not so much.

Self-Care: What Exactly Does It Mean?

Ultimately, self-care is more than just taking one hour for yourself when you have a slow day at work. It’s the self-awareness of knowing what things in life are life-giving to you, and fiercely protecting time in your schedule for those things.

Five Things to Help Increase Your Willpower

Willpower helps us live consistent with our values and long-term goals, we are typically more content and happy. Learning to recognize your own signs when you are stressed is one of the most important steps in improving your willpower.

4 Techniques to Combat Anxiety

Anxiety can be overwhelming and feel as though it has taken over your life. Training your body and brain to relax is not an easy process, but with the help of supportive family, a counselor, and close friends you can learn to challenge illogical thought processes, relax physically, and start to overcome your anxiety.