Listening can lead to healing – a great article on the ABCs of active listening:
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If you’re introverted – that is, if you recharge your energy by spending time alone – you may find it hard to stay frequently connected with friends. Life is busy, and after a full day of work, chores, grocery shopping, exercise, or stimulation, the last thing you might want to do is to make a call to a friend.
Here are some great tips for introverts, who wish they could maintain closer friendships even though they love their time alone.
If you’re like most of us, it takes a constant, conscious effort to carve out time to meditate, pray, or just stop “doing” and just “be”.
It may seem counter-intuitive, but scheduling times to meditate increases how often we meditate in a week.
Set a time in your electronic calendar – even set an alarm to remind you. Enjoy spending time with yourself!
Parenting an adolescent can be hard. As parents, we want what’s best for our teens and balancing that with their need for independence can feel like walking a tightrope. If you’re wondering what you can do to help open the lines of communication, you’re not alone.
Summer is typically filled with fun, family and ALL THE FOOD. Which is why by the end of the summer we can feel frazzled. If this sounds all too familiar, check out the link below for 30 self-care tips to avoid sickness, burnout and exhaustion as you head into fall.
Sometimes common sense doesn’t serve us well. When we feel sad, lonely, disappointed, or rejected, it’s understandable to want to turn away from challenging feelings and focus on positive ones. But even though no one LIKES to feel bad, it’s important to acknowledge and experience all of our emotions, not just the good ones.
Feel all the feels!