Writing (or typing) helps us complete our sentences, makes us think of words, not just any words but the words that describe how we are feeling. Once we have identified how we are feeling we can address that particular emotion, find a way to process it, move through and heal. One word at a time. One thought at a time.
2020 felt like a pretty horrible year to most people no doubt. Understandably, we just want to walk (or run!) away from it.
As much as we would like to switch off the memories, we can’t. Carrying the feelings, fear or anxiety of the past year into 2021 won’t benefit us as individuals, or as a collective. So how can we prepare for 2021?
Anxiety put really simply is when our mind runs ahead to imagining the worst-case scenario. We often then believe this worst-case scenario is true (because it feels that way) which can lead to further anxiety or a panic attack. Our mind has become disassociated from our body and from reality.
Life Hacks in Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being.