In the beginning of the healing journey, it’s normal to get overwhelmed by your emotions to the point of not even recognizing what they are. Over time, you will recognize and process your emotions more quickly and with greater ease.
In this episode of the podcast, Mags talks about the back and forth of emotional experiences, behaviors, and beliefs when you heal
Healing often requires you to go back over the same painful territory, often at a deeper level, because you haven’t dealt with it yet.
Sometimes we expect healing to magically occur, but it requires our active involvement.
Healing is often quite an in-your-face process. But that, given time, it can become intriguing—rather than only painful and exhausting.
I love a little time spend scrolling through my Instagram feed. Here are 10 of my favorite posts about boundaries.
Below are the prompts and exercises that are part of The Healing Academy Workshop on Personal Boundaries. They go with the module on Maintaining Healthy Boundaries to Survive, Heal, and Thrive. We will look at aspects of the module, consider how the information relates to our own situation.
We all need a break sometimes, and the SwanWaters team is no exception to that rule. After all, we always try to implement our own advice…
Healing doesn’t just happen. It’s something you DO! If you’re going to sit around, waiting to “be healed”, you may as well wait for your fairy godmother.
In this episode of the Pint-Sized Healing Podcast, Mags asks the question, “What if, instead of rushing to do as many things as possible in our day, we slow down and do less, but with greater care and more intent.” Listen Here Main Take-Aways • Multi-tasking often means you don’t give things the attention […]