happiness

How Emotional Resilient are you?

Emotional resilience is the ability to successfully cope with change or misfortune.   Even when afraid, resilient people respond to life’s challenges with courage and emotional stamina. While we can’t always control what life brings, we can use adversity as an opportunity for growth. Respond True or False to the following statements to discover how well you cope with life’s many challenges. Set 1: When bad things happen, I think “why me?” I feel fear and self-pity; I want to find someone to blame.   When I feel overwhelmed by negative emotions,, I overeat or…

In July’s Mind Matters, I offered you some resources to support you in keeping in the summertime mode: Audios! Listen to relaxing guided hypnosis while creating new neural pathways in your brain for your health and well being. This month I’ve added in a special summer discount on the downloads, too! WooHoo! Each download/mp3 is $5.00 off. The Promotional code is: Summer2016 Enter the promotional code at check out and you’ll instantly receive your discount. Once you’ve checked out, you’ll be directed to a page to download your audios. Reminder: This discount is ONLY for…

Summertime Mode Adventures! In my book: The Stress Relief Toolbox: For Women Who Take Care of Everyone But Themselves, 2 tools for cultivating self care and long term stress relief are “tools” that will support you in having adventures this summer. Try this: Get out in Nature! To make it an adventure, engage your creative mind by paying attention to the colors you see, the textures of plants, what wildlife might be present, even the uniqueness of rocks. If you are with family or friends, you could even play a game of inspiring one another…

What do a boss who’s always yelling at you, your mate’s over-spending habits, a cluttered house or office, tight shoulders and a ho-hum (or bad) relationship have in common? They’re all tolerations, those little or big things we put up with-often without realizing it-that sap our energy and drain our life force.   Every time we tolerate something, we deplete the energy we could be using to make desired changes or to simply experience joy in our life. It’s like living with a low-grade fever or pain that somehow dulls our experience and zaps our…

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