managing your holiday stress

8 Quick Steps to Resolving Life’s Challenges in a Healthy Way

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 | Comments Off on 8 Quick Steps to Resolving Life’s Challenges in a Healthy Way

8 Quick Steps to Resolving Life’s Challenges in a Healthy Way

One of the ways you keep yourself stuck when realizing you are in a place in your live that you don’t want to be in, is to resist it rather than accepting it. You think “NO, it can’t be true,”  “This can’t be happening to me,” or “Why me?”  and beat yourself up for thinking you shouldn’t be where you are.  Instead of dealing with the problem, you end up focusing on how stupid, naive, unlucky or alone you feel and not addressing the real issues. This process doesn’t do you any good. In fact it dis-empowers you! To stop this cycle, follow my 8 Steps to Resolve Challenges below. Use this...

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3 Easy Steps To Remove Stress From Your Holiday

Posted by on Nov 30, 2014 | Comments Off on 3 Easy Steps To Remove Stress From Your Holiday

3 Easy Steps To Remove Stress From Your Holiday

The holidays bring up so much stress for us and a lot of it is preventable. Below are 3 easy yet profound steps you will ensure lower stress levels and make for a happier Holiday session!     First lets get clear on what some of the common stressors are: Saying “YES” when you really want to say “NO” Perfectionism; wanting everything to be perfect Being social when you don’t want to be Feeling unsafe/unloved/unsupported at family gatherings Sacrificing your happiness to make others happy Over-scheduling   Lack of planning Over drinking/eating/self-sabotage that...

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Steps to Manage Your Holiday Stress & Overwhelm

Posted by on Nov 8, 2011 | Comments Off on Steps to Manage Your Holiday Stress & Overwhelm

Steps to Manage Your Holiday Stress & Overwhelm

    The holidays are coming up fast and already people are feeling stressed and anxious! I am going to be sharing transformational steps, tools and support with you that will help you make this holiday season more joy filled and less stressful. First lets get clear on what are some of the common stressors: Perfectionism, wanting everything to be perfect Being social when you don’t want to be Feeling unsafe at family gatherings Sacrificing your happiness to make others happy Scheduling the holiday “to do’s” into an already full life Not having the funds to create the...

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