If you tend to get stressed out and anxious, it can be helpful to schedule a “worry time” when you give yourself permission to stew for a certain amount of time.
The whole practice is noticing that your attention has drifted away and bringing yourself back to the breath.
How to Guide Your Teen Through Heartbreak
My first heartbreak crushed me when I was twelve years old. I was in love with a boy named, Jason. He was older than me, he smelled like Tide and he held my hand in the hallways in between classes.
8 Ways Your Nighttime Habits May Be Making Your Anxiety Worse The Next Day
You might not be able to change every habit in your night routine immediately, but that’s OK. Gradually forming new habits can help you benefit your mental health so that you start each day on a good foot.
“Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves even when we risk disappointing others”
I promise you, you will never regret speaking up and speaking your truth. You will only regret silencing yourself time after time until you are full of rage and resentment.
Facebook Live Mental Health Discussion on Time to Talk with Jen Graziano
Speaking of vulnerability…I had my very first Facebook Live appearance and radio show gig today discussing mental health and Knot + Clover. Check it out to see me living my dream as Frasier Crane ?
Vulnerability: “Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”
Vulnerability. It’s a concept I know well as I embark on my new journey as a business owner. The feeling of freedom as I become my own boss and bring my vision to life is…