Although some may not find it necessary or intriguing to delve into matters of phycology, nor see a need for visiting a counselor. Or maybe you do and can't find one available. Either way, being connected to ourselves and our ability to genuinely connect to others is a life skill always worth working on. It can be a fun family activity, conversation starter or just something you do out of curiosity but either way, there are some resources that I find both valuable and enlightening. I think you'll find it worthwhile to invest some time into these links below.
I just presented a talk about how people tend to deal with change and the challenges there are when there is change. The more change there is, the more choices there are to be made. Overwhelm can set in and when this happens, our energy becomes drained. We then can begin looking to less than ideal habits to numb out or for ways to find energy.
The most important thing is relationships and when we are overwhelmed, we can't deeply and authentically connect with others as well. We end up feeling alone in our problems which is a slippery slope. So, I purpose that you grab a friend and join a book club together, or better yet, try one of these great resources:
Look for the free test to take at the top right-hand portion of this web page below:
Heart Math is a research institute dedicated to understanding stress and helping people to better manage it. Click on the image below to go to the website. If you are interested in purchasing any of the technologies, please contact me rather than purchasing online. I am part of a non-profit organization that benefits from the purchase of Heart Math equipment (at the same price, even on sale).
If you are looking for more guided help, I encourage you to contact me for a review of the programs I offer at very affordable rates. You can look into them here: