Tag: stress

This Video Blew My Mind! Meet Julia Kristina

Julia Kristina’s Video Has BLOWN MY MIND! I love that I can learn something new every day if I just open myself up to different viewpoints and advice. Julia Kristina is a Therapist, Researcher, and online course creator with a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. To be honest, this played a huge role in why I decided to continue watching this video. I enjoy hearing different ideas on what has […]

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Why Binge-Watching The Bachelorette is Nothing to Feel Guilty About!

Roses, The Bachelorette

  This season on The Bachelorette… I’ve been hooked on The Bachelor & The Bachelorette for quite a few years now. So I was shocked when I realized that this season of The Bachelorette was almost over and I hadn’t taken the time to watch one episode. I was looking forward to the premier, as usual. But the season began when I was still settling into my new apartment. I just couldn’t […]

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Top 3 Reasons Why Change is Good

Fall tree leaves change color

By now I’m sure you’ve all heard that change is a good thing. We should embrace it. But we always seem to want to fight it. It’s scary to be in situations we aren’t familiar with. And we often dread the worst. I’m always worrying that a change will be worse than whatever position I’m currently in. The next apartment will have less friendly neighbors. The next job will have […]

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Facing Our Fears and Discovering Inner Strength

worst fears, ocean kayak

People who deal with anxiety understand how difficult it is to face our fears. We don’t always have a valid excuse. Sometimes we just don’t want to deal with the stress of trying to do something we’re afraid of. It feels like it would be much simpler to stay home. When Anxiety Leads to Irrational Fears The problem is that before we know it, anxiety can take over our lives. […]

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Solving Life’s Overwhelming Problems

Sometimes life is just problem after problem. Sometimes before you can even get one problem solved, three more pop up. It’s worse when it’s not even a simple problem, but a problem you have to research and learn how to fix. And once you DO figure it out, it takes a lot of time to fix. This is when life gets overwhelming. The feeling that no matter WHAT you do, you’re […]

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