Too angry to forgive? Many people feel too angry to even think about the concept of forgiveness! What does the word “forgiveness” bring up for you? Just reading it may trigger feelings of resistance, and memories of the ways you’ve been wronged, or wronged others. Notice – right now, as you read this – howContinue reading “When You’re Too Angry to Forgive”
Category Archives: Grief and Loss
Does light therapy help seasonal depression?
I know what you’re thinking: Light therapy? You expect me to believe that sitting under a *special lamp* will make me less depressed? Surprisingly, it just might. Read on to find out how. What’s seasonal depression? Seasonal depression, seasonal affective disorder, and SAD all refer to the same thing. In the DSM-V, it’s listed asContinue reading “Does light therapy help seasonal depression?”
Should I see a grief counselor?
Many people struggle with deciding whether or not to see a grief counselor. Crying, wanting to isolate and stay in bed, feeling depressed, and feelings of guilt and remorse are all common reactions when someone is grieving a loss. There is a lot of overlap of these reactions with symptoms of depression. It’s common andContinue reading “Should I see a grief counselor?”
40 FREE Self Care Activities
Self-care is the latest buzzword that refers to giving yourself space and time to re-charge your batteries. In a world that is overwhelmed, overworked, and underpaid, self-care is necessary; more so than ever before! So here are 40 ways that you can care for yourself, right now, at absolutely no cost: Take a deep, cleansingContinue reading “40 FREE Self Care Activities”