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5 + 1 Coping with Anxiety & Stress: Part 2, Sight

5 + 1 Coping with Anxiety & Stress: Part 2, Sight   If you haven’t already read the 5 + 1 Coping with Anxiety & Stress: Introduction to Glimmers, I would recommend you check that post out first to have context. Now that you know what a glimmer feels like,...

10 minutes of Self Care: 6+1 Coping with Anxiety and Stress: Visual Glimmers

10 minutes of Self Care is designed to be a guided grounding activity encouraging you to reflect, wonder and consider. Topics are wide-ranging and will include emotional intelligence, anxiety, self-reflection, relationships, panic, self-esteem, sex, body issues, and...

5 + 1 Coping with Anxiety & Stress: Part 1, Introduction to Glimmers

5 + 1 Coping with Anxiety & Stress: Part 1, Introduction to Glimmers This is a 6-part series on strategies with coping with anxiety and stress using one of my favorite coping skills using our five senses. I encourage you, as you are reading, to begin compiling the...
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Understanding the Fawn Response

Following up to last week’s post, what is happening when you go along with what a medical provider (or anyone) says/wants/does even though you think/want/know differently? The short answer, the fight-or-flight (F/F) system activates. To get a broad overview, read...

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Fawning
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Why we should view pain as a disease

This post is the second in a series of 4 posts about chronic pain. To read the other posts in the series use the links below: What is chronic pain?, published July 11, 2022 How emotions influence pain, available on July 25, 2022 New approaches to pain management,...

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Pain as a Disease
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