How Doing Nothing On Purpose will Help Your Recovery and Mental Health… But at First It Will Drive You CRAZY!

I confess, I love my unproductive time. If fact, if I am busy, busy, busy… I am not only less productive but also unhappy. I crave unstructured time where my mind can wander. But sometimes it can feel excruciating and I want to escape with a little (mindless) surfing. It’s a bit of a love-hate … More How Doing Nothing On Purpose will Help Your Recovery and Mental Health… But at First It Will Drive You CRAZY!

Rather than Distract Yourself, Learn to Change Your Relationship With Your Triggers

For article, How to Respond to Emotional Triggers Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, click on the photo. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the … More Rather than Distract Yourself, Learn to Change Your Relationship With Your Triggers

Rather Than Avoid a Trigger, Change Your Relationship With it!

For article, How to Respond to Emotional Triggers Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, click on the photo. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the … More Rather Than Avoid a Trigger, Change Your Relationship With it!

Struggling with a Trigger Means That You Care About Yourself and Your Decisions

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How to Respond to Emotional Triggers using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

​ Using the SINCD tool to respond to your triggering thoughts and emotions ___ You have felt it. Your heart is beating. You feel flushed. You may be frustrated, stressed or you just had a fight with your significant other or your kids. You crave relief of the tension because somewhere inside you something feels … More How to Respond to Emotional Triggers using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy