This year has been a whirlwind of change and adjustment- a lot of bad, and some good for those who were able to adjust positively. If you have been following me for a while, you would have seen some of my published articles on re-entry anxiety. I have been sharing advice on dealing with uncertainty and trying to have it reach as many people as possible. It is my hope that this will help others get by- a reminder that they are not alone in their worries and there are simple, achievable ways that can help.
As times evolve and the challenges we face change (as they always do), I will continue to provide you with resources to help through The Sophrology Resources Hub. For now, I am sharing the first shelf in my library.
From Sophrology Resources Hub: Dealing with Uncertainty
“The techniques take just a few minutes but practising for 10 minutes a day can have much more profound effects.”
Sophrology is a truly effective way to feel more at peace with oneself and the world around us.
“One of the best ways to keep anxiety at bay is to make the effort to stay in the present moment, the reason being that this form of stress and anxiety focuses on the unknown and uncertainty. To help you stay in the present moment, try practicing sophrology.”
“You might not be able to change your external world, but you can decide how you are going to experience it.”
“Social interaction (virtually) and support, managing expectations, and self- \care are examples of things that can be implemented to help keep the anxiety in check.”
« To manage stress, try to not let your mind run away with your thoughts. Make the effort to stay in the present moment. »
“Look after yourself and look after your lifestyle, so you can be in the spirit of change in the most positive way.”