In order to regulate stress, battle burnout, and improve well-being, you have to intentionally build your psychological immune system. If it is not possible to reduce the “threat”, you have to increase your sense of safety. Every time your brain gets a signal of safety, it replenishes your psychological immune system.
Thanks to our negativity bias, the chances are pretty high that you naturally default to the negative. When those negative thoughts become obsessive, you are stuck in rumination.
It is important to remember that our relationships play a huge role in our ability to stay resilient. They buffer us against our most difficult and challenging times, providing the deep connection human beings fundamentally need.
Stop Waiting For SomedayStop Waiting For SomedayStop Waiting For Someday What have you told yourself you wanted to do someday? In the midst of this global pandemic, my husband Jay and I have been able to reevaluate our priorities and strive to make daily decisions to move closer to our lighthouse. I talk about finding…
I finally took my own advice. I took time to reset, to gain perspective, and to step away from “busy”. Sometimes the only way to reset your perspective is to get some space. Here are 3 reminders for resetting.