Sometimes we expect healing to magically occur, but it requires our active involvement.
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 […]
So let me start by saying that the positive we will we consider here is not some perky-pants denial accompanied by a chirpy, “Oh, I’m fine!” Why? You aren’t fine.
As much as we would like to just stop feeling the pain and the grief in our lives, we cannot just pretend it isn’t there. In order to heal we need to feel.
A large part of our healing success will come from our mindset. By that I do not mean that we have to constantly hold on to some sugar coated idea of positivity, far from it in fact. We do however have to cultivate a basic belief in and commitment to our healing.
People can learn resilience skills to use when facing challenging times, and increase the quality of the experience and change the quality of the outcome.
Let’s talk about the power of positive thought. Not the frantically trying to think negative thoughts type, but actual positivity.
Today I talk about an inconvenient truth of trauma healing… you may not want to hear this, but you have to! Embracing your triggers is part of healing.
Have you ever wondered how you are supposed to be happy with who you are, while at the same time strive for personal growth? Yeah, so have I!