We all have different strengths, skills and tools to support us during difficult life events. What do you pull from when things get hard?
New challenges forces us to develop new ways of building hope, support and resilience.
Support groups online and in person, for example, can help us feel less alone.
Therapy can give us individualized treatment and teach us ways to also feel supported.
Books and blog posts can provide an alternative view.
What tools can support you during these challenging moments? What skills can you develop to add to your list?
This week’s top posts on dealing with a major life event, sleeping better and preventing overwhelm and anxiety will give you creative ideas for your own emotional toolbox.
How To Calm Your Tantruming Child In A Way That Prevents Future Tantrums
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – It’s possible to view your child’s tantrums as an opportunity instead of an inconvenience. Here’s how.
Snowballing Thoughts: How to Stop Creating Anxiety
(Reaching Life Goals) – Stop the trickle before the waterfall to manage your anxiety better.
Lull Yourself to Sleep with This Simple Tip
(Weightless) – Instead of tossing and turning tonight, try this.
The Cure for Feeling Overwhelmed
(Happily Imperfect) – It’s how to feel safe, relaxed and protect yourself from feeling out of control.
How to Successfully Transition Major Life Events
(The Exhausted Woman) – It’s the thing you need if you’re undergoing a significant change and don’t know how to respond.