I am sure that you like me have been impacted, in one way or another, by events in the world right now. For sure, George Floyd’s death has undoubtedly engaged the collective consciousness into action on racism.
While the world faces a single problem that of Coronavirus – COVID19, what I’ve noticed is that we are all responding to this pandemic in our very different ways.
April is Stress Awareness Month.
In 2020 because of COVID-19, there’s certainly a different more potent resonance. The entire world, it would seem, is struggling to come to terms with Coronavirus. And the world is talking about mental health and the stress of living with this virus.
These are stressful times.
How do you know if your relationship is abusive? Are you simply two people who get triggered and can’t figure it out sometimes? That wouldn’t be uncommon. Maybe you feel guilty because you’ve not shown up as you best self. And we all do things at times we regret.
As human beings, we are wired for survival.
The body is designed to respond to stressful situations and then return to its normal baseline when the danger has passed.
Our bodies are amazing!
The world has changed in a couple of weeks.
Less than a month ago, I was happy shaking hands with acquaintances.
Home isn’t always a safe place.
And even if you do feel okay, maybe home it isn’t always a calm, peaceful place.
While I aim to live in the present and express gratitude for each day, I’m kind of glad we’ve got to the end of January! This time of year I can find challenging. And I am not alone. We are leaving behind one of the most stressful times of the year.
What’s your favourite story? Christmas has long gone, but I have to confess that I think that I’d watched five different versions of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol over the Christmas holidays!
Have you ever wondered why your partner always seems to want to escape when you have an argument? Or perhaps why you always seem to be the one trying to get them to stay in the room and make things better.
Many people assume that verbal abuse is just about swearing. And some go one step further by thinking that swearing is only abusive if it’s attached to name-calling. If they didn’t call you an #@$%ing [insert], then they haven’t been abusive.
Ever found yourself giving in and putting the needs of someone else first or second-guessing yourself? Can you relate? Then you know why setting boundaries feels so hard.