Tag: anger

You Are Good, Say It With Me!!

It’s the August 1st, so let’s start this month of right. Say it with me!!   Start your day with these positive affirmations, then post them somewhere you can read them everyday. Studies show that using positive and uplifting language, spoken (including in your head) or written (hello journaling) rewires your brain and can actually…

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Checking in

While staying in contact with friends and loved ones is important, asking “how are you?” can seem habitual. It’s is a perfectly normal way to begin a conversation or meeting and understood as a polite way to express concern, to which “I’m fine” or “Good” are socially acceptable responses. But is “how are you?” really…

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How Are You “Really” Feeling?

How are you feeling? How many times have we been asked that question? How many times have we asked it? How many times have we given or received an authentic answer? Most say, I’m good, great, and that’s also what we expect to hear in return. What if we really tuned in and named our…

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Feeling your feelings.

Being in a time of the unknown, how are you feeling right now? Deeper yet, why do you feel that way? To be able to label and understand one’s emotions is crucial in moving past them.  The book Permission To Feel by Marc Brackett, Ph.D. is an excellent resource. Need help sorting through things? Let…

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