Sometimes we need a soothing break when there simply is no time for it. We’re in the middle of a meeting, surrounded by children, or otherwise unable to step away and take a minute. There are ways to self-soothe even in those busy moments, and they only take a few seconds.
Try these ideas to stay in touch!… Read More Soothing Sunday: Stay Connected
Distress tolerance is the third module in DBT therapy. This section is exactly what it sounds like; how to handle those overwhelming moments.
Locking in all your thoughts and feelings is a sure way to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. Journaling is a fantastic way to get things out of your head. Whether you do it on a computer, your phone, or write in a notebook, journaling is a method to spark creativity, reflect, or simply record events… Read More Soothing Sunday: Journaling
I think everyone can agree, the idea of “normal life” has been shoved out the door for a hot minute. In the wake of that, I know myself and many others are struggling to adapt and find a “new normal.” It’s hard though, because all the routines are missing.
Four simple DBT tricks to help when you’re overwhelmed.… Read More Top Skills Thursday: T.I.P.P.
Fresh air is a requirement for healthy living, and it has good benefits too!… Read More Soothing Sunday: Breathe Fresh Air
How I pulled myself out of a dark spot using self-care these last two days.… Read More Self-Care Saturday: Emergency Care
In times of chaos, don’t be afraid to step away.… Read More Top-Skills Thursday: Step Away
Changing the lighting can change everything.… Read More Soothing Sunday: Change the Lighting