· 6 min read Photo by Dan Meyers on Unsplash The Greek origin of the word Trauma means ‘wound.’ A wound can be an open, sore wound that is painful and exposed, or it can be an old wound that is covered over by layers of hard skin. Traumatic events leave both open and old wounds. Often we do not … Continue reading TRAUMA AND ADDICTION.
Self care and resilience through the hardest of times. Photo by Darius Bashar on Unsplash I woke up this morning with horrendous anxiety. My head felt full of worries, racing thoughts and rumination. My body felt the fear and anxiety in the tightness in my chest and loss of appetite. I knew that going for a run … Continue reading You can cope and you will get through this.
How we can alter our inner critic to become more compassionate and kind to ourselves. Photo by Daniel Mingook Kim on Unsplash We all have the inner critic. It’s a loud voice that makes us feel rubbish about ourselves and can keep us from achieving our goals. Who needs it? All it does is fill us with self judgement, … Continue reading Using our Compassionate Mind to Change our Inner Critical Thoughts.