Tag Archives: coping skills

Accessible and Stigma Free

“ I shouldn’t need therapy. I could figure things out on my own. I didn’t want to ask for help and besides, I didn’t really need help. What I was going through wasn’t that bad compared to other people. We’d … Continue reading

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Beautiful Things

Every closed chapter is the starting point for a new story. Whatever is ending, let it end. That is how all beautiful things begin. ~Martha Beck Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the … Continue reading

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Collect Positive Evidence

Think of all the times in your life when you’ve been happy because things have gone well – a fun night out, a successful work meeting, maybe a compliment from a friend. It doesn’t matter how big or small , … Continue reading

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Break Through

One of her biggest break throughs was realizing that her own anxiety was stirred by seeing anxious patients, and theirs was stirred by hers. She created a more comfortable environment in her clinic, such as practicing mindful listening and offering … Continue reading

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Mindful Conditions

Yes. Mindfulness doesn’t make us happier exactly, but it helps us know clearly when we are happy and when we are unhappy, and that means we are less likely to perpetuate our own suffering through doing things that make ourselves … Continue reading

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