Posts Tagged ‘depression’

How We Communicate with Ourselves

how we communicate with ourselves

How we communicate with ourselves encompasses how we talk to ourselves, how we treat ourselves, and the images we display to ourselves.  These are all modes of communication with an inward focus.  I used to have an old cassette tape in my head that said I was always on the verge of being in trouble. As…

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Codependent Thinking-What are the Signs?

codependent thinking

Have you ever found yourself chronically putting someone else’s needs ahead of your own? This could be a sign that you’re in a codependent relationship.  Do you find it hard to make decisions for fear of someone’s disapproval? Do you often worry about what others will think of you? Sometimes even to the point of…

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You Don’t Have To (You Get To) Change Your Story

you don't have to you get to change your story

Have you been rolling around in “have-to” stories? Are you feeling burdened by all the things you “have to” do today? You’re not alone. It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the stories of the things you “have to” do—from brushing your teeth or following a specific nutrition plan, to meditating or showing up…

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You Can Decide to Choose Suffering- Or Not!

choosing suffering

How can we reduce our suffering? Life is 50% joy and 50% suffering, so how can we accept that fact and stop rolling around in painful stories that happened in the past? The Buddhist concept of the second arrow brings helpful wisdom that we can all benefit from. Learning this concept can help you notice…

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Hack Your Vagus Nerve to Feel Better: 14 Easy Ways

Hack your Vagus Nerve

For folks with symptoms ranging from fatigue to depression and anxiety. Digestive issues from IBS to SIBO to IBD. Brain fog and even food sensitivities, the Vagus Nerve almost always plays an important role in both sickness and healing, and needs to be supported so you can truly and deeply heal. What is the vagus…

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