Staying Present & Taking care of YOU...
Hello there, I'd like to take this opportunity to check in with you and make sure that you're doing ok. If anyone is feeling especially triggered or unsettled by current world affairs, you know how to reach me.
I've put together some resources in this newsletter in the hope that it might offer some help. It's important to stay present with any feelings that may arise, breathe through it, and know that you have access to support should you need it.
This month we're focussing on ways to self-soothe, building and maintaining good habits and finding joy in the present moment. Enjoy x
Self-soothing is a tool we can use to soothe and calm ourselves when we're anxious or distressed, without using medication or resorting to any negative coping strategies. It's a way of comforting, nurturing, and being kind to ourselves.
Qigong for Beginners
Are you looking for a new hobby? Try this...
Qigong can be described as a mind-body-spirit practise that improves one's mental and physical health by integrating posture, movement, breathing technique, self-massage, sound, and focused intent.
Keeping on top of everything
When we feel depressed, we often also feel overwhelmed, tired and demotivated and the simplest tasks seem impossible or too difficult to achieve.
Try Laughter Therapy
Laughter Therapy and laughter itself boosts;
• Mental health
• Positive thinking
Why not give it a try? At the very least, you'll have a good giggle!
Sarah now has 3 Ebooks & Self Help Videos including hypnosis for Depression, Anxiety and Not Good Enough in the True Freedom shop.
Give a Gift of True Freedom to Someone You Care About
Do you know someone who you think might benefit from counselling?
We all need a helping hand at times, and it's not an easy subject to approach. But sometimes loving someone comes with uncomfortable conversations such as these.
If you have someone in mind and you're feeling brave enough, check out the referral scheme below for more information.