When we change how we feel about our chores, and how we view their necessity in our days, we can really make them count as self-care in our healing journey
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.
For your convenience and reading pleasure: a round-up of all the articles that SwanWaters has shared this week. Happy Sunday!
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.
We can’t be constantly in survival mode while also trying to heal. So ask yourself if Facebook makes you anxious, maybe it’s time to take a Facebook fast.
A while ago, I wrote a little blog about people who are energy drains (you can find it here) In it I wrote: “There are people in this world who leave you feeling totally depleted. Not even after a day of intense arguing about something, but instantly. The second you see them, you feel your […]
Mags shares some concepts and tools that she finds useful when trying to be resilient while experiencing complex (negative) emotions.
Spiritual healing—not to be confused with religion—nurtures the soul; reigniting the spark of our passion, inspiration, and sense of belonging.
In this podcast about my no contact anniversary, I talk about more complicated emotions like anger and guilt, and how sometimes we feel tired of recovery.
Aubrey was at the Hay House I Can Do It Conference in Orlando, attending seminars and presentations from some of the greatest minds in self-improvement.