In this week’s post, I would like to leave a quick link guide to the posts I’ve written so far, both for my In Therapy series and mini-series, and for my Self-Care series.
I hope you enjoy reading or re-reading these. Comments are welcome, I would love to hear from you!
Self care is important, especially in these current times of being busy all the time, switched on to the world on tech all the time, leading us to forget ourselves sometimes. (If I’m honest, that’s what I’ve been doing since last week – looking after myself due to some health issues).
My series on self-care focuses on the following topics, of course there are lots more and soon I will be completing an ebook with even more self-care ideas, so stay tuned!
- Set clear boundaries
- learn to say no
- value yourself
- get rid of toxic people in your life
- honour your feelings
- give yourself time to heal and move forward
- trust your gut feelings and bodily responses
- get out of your head and into your heart
- process past hurts
- plug into nature, disconnect from technology for a period of time
- spend quality time with yourself
- spend quality time with friends and family
- keep active, keep fit
My In Therapy series came about as an opportunity to support the general public about different mental health conditions, issues and situations, and give some insight and helpful tips into how to work through each of them, including attending therapy with someone like me.
Some topics have been easier to write about than others, as some touch my life personally. But I’ve enjoyed the journey so far and hope to keep informing you in the following months and years.
So, without further ado, here is the list of my individual and mini-series posts on therapy issues.
- Self-esteem Mini-Series (dedicated to young people but can apply to everyone)
- Anxiety Mini-Series
- Loss and Grief Mini-Series
- What to expect from your first counselling session Mini-Series
- Working through your feelings when you make a mistake
- Working through mental health stigma
- Anger Mini-Series
- What to do with the should, must and have to’s
What haven’t I written about yet that you’d like to read about?
Leave a message below to let me know!