Category Archives: Mindfulness
When we have a problem, such as physical pain, there are many different ways in which we might react. Some of us might try to ignore it and just keep going. We may be afraid of what we might find if we start investigating the pain, or even if just acknowledge it. Or we might want to believe that
Life is full of choices – and in order to say ‘Yes’ to one thing, we have to say ‘No’ to others. For economists, this is an implication of the fundamental economic problem – that we cannot have all the things that we want. And because of this scarcity, we have to make choices – not only about
Arrange some personal time.
Give yourself some space to do some things that you enjoy.
Acceptance of spouse and other house members as they are.
We are all in it together. This is a phrase you hear frequently at the moment. We may all be dealing with emotional issues of not being allowed out to do
2020 is proving to be a tough year for many. The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed many lives and taken many livelihoods. Although the way forward is often spoken of as a battle between the choices of what is good for our health and what is good for the economy, it is clear that the state of the economy and the effect of it on jobs has a massive effect on both our physical and mental health.
Since beginning of this week those of us who have been shielding (meaning actually staying inside the home because of a heightened risk from corona virus) have officially been given the okay to venture outside after two and a half months of staying indoors. Great, right? Finally!
Or maybe you do not feel that great about it
On 1st May this year, the BBC reported on a YouGov poll asking people how long they could manage in lockdown. The research indicated that 82% of UK Britons could continue in lockdown to June, 63% could continue to July but only 50% could easily carry on that way to August.
So here we are, mostly pretty busy with figuring out how to get our food delivery slots, when to best walk the dog, how to keep the kids entertained at home, and how to pay rent next month.
Ever so often we pause for our online exercise or meditation class and realise just how tense we
Do I leave it alone so it doesn’t get aggravated or do I keep exercising it to keep it active and strong?
This is the question many are faced with when dealing with chronic and or repetitive injuries and pain. Usually the advice these days with non acute injuries is to get the affected area moving again as