The word solace means "comfort during a time of distress or discomfort"...
This post is aimed at helping you through struggles. Not of the external variety such as financial stress or interpersonal problems, but targeting those struggles that reside within our own minds. This is about the way that we see and interpret the events that are happening around us. The manifestations of these struggles may be as mild as being in a bad mood or a bit grumpy for a small spell all the way to a full-blown depression that lasts for months on end. While these endpoints are quite different, the same process underlies both results.
On a surface level, you are likely familiar with what this discusses. People may have told you to “search for the silver lining”. Others may have attempted to encourage you by saying that “things are not as bad as they may seem.” Heck, even Monty Python told you to “Always look on the…
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Over the years I've grown to learn about my subconscious and raising awareness is my roadmap to healing.
A great blog with some useful tips when feeling inadequate.
Following on from last week’s post – 5 Situations that Trigger my Anxiety – I thought I’d talk about the steps I take to manage my anxiety when it does hit me… 1: Identify Triggering Thoughts The first step I take is to recognise when I’m having triggering anxious thoughts. These are thoughts which I’ve … Continue reading A great post by “Rob talks mental health” – He identifies symptoms of anxiety and takes care of them.
Even while traveling I still try to keep eating at drive thrus to a minimum. I try to keep it to about once a day if possible but some traveling days that just doesn’t work. The second day of our trip was the day of the Atlanta road/bridge collapse and we had to make a […] … Continue reading Fast Food – a fun treat especially during road trips!
Some days I have what feels like a million thoughts running through my head.
A great story and beautiful pictures by Beverly Blaine - what an inspiration!
When I was 16, most of my weekday mornings started off by hearing these terrifying words repeated over and over again.