Monthly Archives: May 2014

May 10, 2014

Let Your Feelings Flow

When confronted with intense emotion, it is understandable that most of us want to distract ourselves from the sensations. However, this is at best just a short term strategy and one that has merit at times depending where and when the particular event is occurring.


Another way to approach the flood of emotions is to let your feelings flow. Simply breathe and allow. Breathe deeply and observe the feelings as pure physical sensations and detach from the details of the situation.CONTINUE READING….

May 10, 2014

A “Tear Your Hair Out” Moment

tearing your hair out

We all have “tear your hair out” moments from time to time. This is oneĀ of mine. Picture this…

At the time I was working full time, a single parent of a teenage daughter, teaching a professional conflict resolution course and stressed out of my mind.

I had spent considerable time on my one day off cooking chicken stock so a friend could use it (very kindly) to make soup for me to help ease my load. CONTINUE READING….