We looked at how double empathy can affect the ability to help survivors, especially young people.
Panic attacks: I always expect one, yet, they are always unexpected! Here’s some tips.
All minorities have their own communities. 👪 They support each other. They speak each other’s language. They provide goods and services that their community find so important and that are not available through mainstream providers. 🏬 So, why not us? Why can we not have a community designed by us, for us. ♾️
I will use the self-therapy tag to share tips and tricks that I learnt or that others have shared to self-love, achieve joy, and let go of anger. All, in the spirit of “just saying …” aka “I call it as I see it!” 😐
How do you avoid skimming the surface of every traumatic event in therapy? I feel scattered (or possibly overwhelmed). At first, I’m not sure where to start, and then I’m all over the place. How do you “start wherever you want” and get anywhere? Hum, I don’t believe that’s a bad place to start. Imagine…
Balance between physical and non-physical realities supply body, mind, heart, and soul with the nurture and nourishment I need to heal trauma, and occasionally even thrive.
Meltdown? I call it an outburst. It is an expression of assertiveness, self-respect, and self-determination. It is how we say you may not respect me 🚫, but I do!
There is a lot of talk from professionals 👩🏽⚕️ how it is important to regulate emotions. Personally, I believe only heartless and insensitive can “regulate” emotions. Our hearts do not have a tap that we can open and close according to one’s whim 💔. It is not just semantic when I say that instead or…
I am going to share a music self-therapy 🎶 quickfix tip for the day-to-day angry feeling we may get when someone jumps the queue, or is rude, or insensitive 😡. This method works well for this specific kind of instance.
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