Remember Mad Libs, the word game where you insert a part of speech of your choosing into a pre-written sentence? Now you can Mad Lib your specific anxiety! Won’t that be fun? Ok, it probably won’t have the gasping laughs Mad Libs is supposed to produce. Instead it will be filled with healing and empathy. … Continue reading Your Body and Anxiety (Mad Libs version)
SCREAM SCREAM SCREAM! Let out that fear, that frustration and anxiety! Express it! Let it out safely now instead of waiting for it to explode unexpectedly. Don't keep it inside where it festers and hurts you! It's ok to scream; you don't have to be quiet! COME SCREAM WITH ME! How did that feel?
Sometimes you need another voice to cut through the anxiety-producing chatter of your own mind. Start telling yourself some good things by listening to this 5-minute mediation/visualization: This recording came out of a tough day. I had a quite the roller coaster of an emotional day yesterday. I actually got into bed at 8:30pm … Continue reading A short meditation focusing on anxiety and stress (audio)
Give yourself a break and lie down! It will help you destress, lengthen your spine and give your muscles a boost of renewed energy. Where can you lie down? A better question is where can't you?
The start of a new video series: Secret Lie Downs! Why wait until you get home? Lie down and take a break. Give your body some quick relaxation and let your mind calm down. Plus get a quick giggle from your secret! For more detailed instructions on lying down see my original post here. Thank … Continue reading Secret Wellness Break #1! (video)
It’s almost too simple. Just lie down. Well, not just, I can add on a little bit more, but essentially, lie down. This posture can help free your breathing; reduce your back, neck, abdominal and leg pain; reduce stress; and release stuck emotion. It can really be a marvelous position. There are multiple options you … Continue reading Release muscular and emotional stress with this simple position
Sun! Clouds! Ground! Grass! WIND! Feeling stressed? Try doing nothing.