Here comes another useful tool for finding calm in the chaos. I give a little intro at the beginning about how alternate nostril breathing is helpful to the brain. Start the video at 1:20 to get to the meat of it.
There’s a myth out there that meditation takes time…not true. Here’s a guided meditation for when five minutes is all you have.
(That’s five minutes in the car pool line, waiting for your pasta to cook, or taking a quick break).Details
For kids dealing with a death, “back to school” time can be tough. It’s return to routine, to peers who may or may not know that someone has died, and sometimes feeling alone in a whirlwind of homework and big expectations.
Below, some info about children’s grief reactions in school and how to help them with this big transition…Details
Disclaimer: The assumption here is that these strategies require nothing but your own internal resources. No buying things. No alcohol or drugs. Just a little time and space with yourself. Not all of these things may work for you, nor do I suggest we have to feel better and forget our problems. Pain has its place, but we don’t always need to stay entirely in the pain in order to heal. The end goal is better functioning overall so we can get through the day one step at a time.Details
1. To connect with people. My hope is that by offering meaningful content about myself and stuff I find useful or interesting, we can connect on some level. Connection is the #1 key to living a meaningful life. Connect to yourself, your kids, your dog, an online community, friends, neighbors, family, your spouse…something! Create your tribe. 2.…Details