Almost all of our suffering comes from our attachment to things, people and expectations. But does that mean you can never be attached to anything without suffering? There is a difference between healthy and unhealthy attachment. Check out my video where I discuss how to develop healthy attachments.
Do your anxiety and negative, worrisome mind keep you up at night? Do you struggle to fall asleep because of all the racing thoughts? Want to fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly? Here are three things I do each night that helps me manage my anxious mind and ensure a good night [...]
Have you ever been told that 'Life is Short' and you should 'Live for Today!'? I'm here to explain what that advice, while very well intended, may be keeping you stuck in a pattern of unhealthy, negative behaviors.
People who suffer from anxiety can go from feeling really, really, good to really, really bad and anxious really quickly. Why? What exactly happens that causes our brains to jump from a good mood to a bad mood? I'll talk about that next.
Are you a bully? You might be and not even realize it. When we beat ourselves up over things we do or don't do, it is a form of bullying. Don't be a bully! Love yourself! And if you are interested, here is my coach's website: Michael J. Chase - http://www.michaeljchase.com/
If you want to change your life you must first change your mindset. Taking responsibility for the choices you make can seem hard at first, but understand that is give you back your POWER! You can change your life if you change how you think about your life. Much love!
Anxiety and panic attacks at work can be a real problem. Here is how I manage my anxious thinking when I'm in meetings. It's a great tool to help control your anxious mind and also improve your productivity around the office.
Some days I don’t want to do anything. I don’t want to get out of bed. I don’t want to shower. I don’t want to go to work. I don’t want to even be. I just want to hide from the world. I know I’m not the only person that feels this way but [...]
In truth, anxiety comes from different places depending on the person. For some, it stems from a traumatic experience they went through. For others, the type of things they were exposed to or denied from having can trigger anxiety. In my case I was exposed to many little things that built up over time. [...]
In 5th grade science class my teacher told me something that blew my mind. He said that if you stood 1 foot away from a wall and moved towards that wall by cutting the distance between you and the wall in half with each step, you’d never reach the wall. Each amount of space [...]