Tinnitus, Anxiety, & Adaptability: Read An Inspiring Story On Astronauts & Human Resiliency… Do you know what it’s like to see or hear something that grabs your attention so much, it practically entrances you? Maybe you stop breathing without realizing it or you get goosebumps because it’s so interesting, beautiful, or inspiring? That very thing happened to
Shake It Out In the animal kingdom, one of the first things mammals do after surviving a stressful event is run and shake. They literally shake off their stress to help change their state. Think of a cat or a dog shaking and running away after being let go when it wanted to stop being held.
To live is to have a responsibility to fulfill one’s needs, lest we die. As we age, the greater this responsibility becomes as is that of learning of how to navigate getting your needs met by others and meeting other’s needs. It’s important to be aware of the framework/expectations you hold around meeting your own needs
What To Do With Intense Clusters Of Emotion Sometimes we experience really intense, undesirable states (thoughts and feelings) that do not serve us even if there is an understandable reason for them. Our fight or flight emotions (fear, anger, guilt, grief, jealousy, envy) do not always allow us to think, respond, or behave in beneficial or
One thing’s for sure, no matter where we come from or how we’ve been raised, there are certain needs we all have as humans. In fact all of our needs fall into one or more of the following three categories: meaning/mattering, love/connection, and well being. When you can recognize how a need you have relates