Lull Yourself to Sleep with This Simple Tip

Maybe something is on your mind. Maybe you're worried about your workweek. Maybe you feel like you didn't get enough done today, and you're busy berating yourself. Maybe you work in the evenings, and it's hard to turn your mind off. It's still stuck on tasks and emails and meetings. Maybe you've always had a tough time falling or staying asleep.

Healthy Coping

Working Through Your Emotions with Your Hands

For many of us it's hard to process emotions like sadness, anxiety, anger, jealousy, shame. Which is why we typically just pretend they don't exist. Or we downright dismiss them. It's painful to face such, difficult, and well painful, emotions. It's especially hard when you tell yourself that you can't do it, when you work yourself up.

But you can.

You just need some helpful strategies. Using your hands is one powerful strategy for processing...


Making Sense of Your Emotions

Emotions can be nebulous and hard to pinpoint, hard to understand---especially if you were never really taught to identify what you're feeling in the first place, especially if you've spent years ignoring your feelings. So many of us are disconnected from what's happening inside our own bodies. So many of us are disconnected from ourselves.


You Can Do Hard Things

As a highly sensitive person, I get uncomfortable very easily. I get uncomfortable when it's too cold or hot. In fact, I can't think when I'm freezing. I have to shower almost immediately after taking a walk or working out because it's like the stickiness seeps into my skin, and my whole body feels off. The scent of cigarette smoke can stay with me all day, sparking a strong headache.

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