I know anxiety. I met it in my early 20s. When I didn't know a thing about managing anxiety. The trouble with anxiety is that it can come up out of nowhere. No specific reason, just one day, there it is. The trouble with anxiety is that it can turn into full-blown panic attacks. Sometimes so bad . . .
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Save Save Kindnesses. Don't get me wrong: I pray every day. But I do kindnesses, too. Being kind. Such a simple thing, really. I think some of us underestimate how powerful one simple act of kindness can be. Spend time with someone who can't get out any more. What's an hour out of our day . . .
Loss and grief are part of the human condition. So is the need to heal. That's what a customer said as she ordered the sets above from my website, A Healing Spirit, saying that the products make thoughtful and lovely gifts for those in need. The Releasing Grief Affirmation cards and the Guided . . .
You would have PLENTY to say. And expressing those emotions can help you heal. We can make that process easy with journals that guide you to write, draw or paste images to express your feelings about your disease. See our guided journals here at A Healing Spirit. . . .
Now that the barn has burned down I can see the moon. ~Persian proverb We're supposed to find the blessings in the things that happen to us--even the hardest, most awful things. The most painful. The most traumatic. And that can be hard. It's also true that the people who emerge stronger for . . .
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My heart for healing has come to life in the form of a business, A Healing Spirit. I was thrilled to be on a wonderful women's radio show on BlogTalk Radio a few weeks ago to talk about my work and how it came to be. You can hear the interview HERE. And you can see all my products and services . . .
At a memorial service the other day for a man-boy who left us too young, the pastor encouraged mourners to express their grief. "It may sound counter-intuitive," he said, "but expressing grief is a important part of healing." I know, I know, we're afraid that if we let that pain out it . . .
If I sat down and made a list of the frustrations I've had with consultants I've worked with since I left the corporate world, I'd burn out that pencil. See those teeth marks toward the tip? There'd be a whole lot more of them. Seems to me that the concept of serving the customer is absolutely . . .