|We've all had those days when it seems like nothing is going right... you wake up in the morning only to realize you slept through your alarm! You race to get ready, skipping breakfast, end up missing the bus, and getting to work half an hour late. Your coworker asks you how your morning has been and you automatically snap at them.
|How many times have you checked your email today? Can you count the number of visits you have made to social media sites or connected with friends (near or far) through text messages in the past few hours? What kind of device are you reading this article on right now?
|Carl Rogers, the founder of the humanistic or client-centered approach to psychology, once said: “A person is a fluid process, not a fixed and static entity; a flowing river of change, not a block of solid material; a continually changing constellation of potentialities, not a fixed quantity of traits.”
|This week I have the pleasure to share about a personal development resource and book that I had the chance to read before it's official launch - The Intuitive Soul's Activity Book written by Shannon Cox.
In this article, I will be sharing information about the book, my own review, how to purchase a copy for yourself, and also an exclusive freebie.. keep reading to claim a free sample of the book.
|Look around you at the moment.. are you around other people? If not, imagine you are in a crowded room. The people around you might be your friends, family, neighbours or even complete strangers. Now consider this statistic... 1 in every 6 people in the world today experiences a mental health concern such as anxiety or depression. So chances are, at least one person in the room you're in right now is experiencing a mental health concern right now.
|First of all, I would like to acknowledge that the topic of this article could be met with controversy or alternate opinions, which is totally okay! I want to encourage any reader who would like to share their constructive opinion or feedback to share in the comment section below for discussion. I also want to note that any statements made throughout this post will be referenced from other materials or my own opinion and should not be taken as a prescription or health advice.
|This guest article has been written by Sarah who is the creator and editor of Relax Everyday - a website dedicated to providing information on relaxation and aims to be a must visit website for those wanting to increase their overall wellness.
|The emotional toll a loss can have on an individual can impact on many different areas of a persons well-being, relationships or life in general. Thankfully, humans are quite resilient in that we have an innate ability to move through the steps of grief in order to continue living and, eventually, thriving, even after a devastating loss.
|Everyone experiences grief and loss to varying degrees and at some point in their lives. This third article in a series about grief and loss we will first explore the impacts a person may experience after enduring a loss or bereavement which includes a segment on complicated grief.
|Understandably, grief and loss can be a difficult topic to read about and so, while I highly appreciate your time, if you have experienced a loss recently, or are experiencing a tough time, please be mindful of your own emotions and well-being as some of the information in the post and series may be tough to read while in the midst of your own experience of loss.