Stress and anxiety can stop you from like your best self. They can stop you feeling like you’re able do anything – or even try. They can make everything seem unmanageable and unachievable. In this post, I want to share my five steps to stop the effects of stress from ruining your life.
Talking about mental health can be anxiety provoking. Especially when someone else’s mental health is in question.
You might feel like you should be there for them, but don’t know where to start or how to approach the subject.
It can feel impossible to talk to a loved one when you’re feeling sad, upset or depressed.
When it comes to mental health you may feel that you should be able to cope by yourself. If you hurt your back, broke your arm or sprained your wrist, you wouldn’t hesitate to tell others that you had hurt yourself.
So, why should talking about your mental health be any different?
Some people may find trust to be easier than others.
In order to begin to trust people you firstly, mustn’t group everyone in the same way.
How often do you feel guilty for making a decision of just saying no to someone?
You feel that it’s unfair to let someone down, no matter what they want from you.
Why it is that your thoughts come up over and over when you are trying to do other things, such as work or indeed nothing at all, such as sleeping. We finished on the fact that our thoughts are a gateway to connect to our emotions; Helping you to understand and solve issues in your life. However, for lasting results, you need to find out the root cause of why these thoughts keep on coming up. By doing this you can start to dispel the underlying emotions from your life so that they no longer impact you on a daily basis.