The goal of this section is to provide you with self-care resources that have worked for me.
By worked for me, I mean they have helped me get better, not just feel better.
It’s important to understand the difference because we humans have a tendency, and at times, an intense drive, to overlook what will help us out in the long haul by distracting ourselves with stuff that makes us feel better in the moment.
I can speak to that: Some of the things I’ve done on my journey towards healing from PTSD, addiction, anxiety, and depression has felt terrible in the moment. But it’s led to incredible growth.
Case in point, therapy. Facing the parts of myself I’ve been ashamed to face my entire life has been really uncomfortable. At times it feels (temporarily) terrible.
But while it doesn’t feel good while it’s happening, the results have been profound, and helped me get better.
You might find some of the resources I share with you in this section pretty tough to work through, just as I do, depending on the day. I
f that’s the case, I want to assure you that an emotional response is a good sign: it means you’ve touched on something that needs to be addressed.
I believe in the books, worksheets, products, and courses I share in this section, and their ability to act as catalysts to healing.
These resource have helped me and I believe they can help you, too.
If you have questions about anything you see please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d be grateful for to hear from you.
And FYI – I made my own resource, The One Minute Meditation guide. It’s a great tool for wellness seekers who don’t have a lot of time to spare, and it’s totally free.
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