It has been a stressful month for all Americans who have compassion for our fellow countryman and women who serve at the Federal Level of our government. Trump lost this one battle and was forced to reopen the government because the House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, basically told our orange cream pie, “not today bytch.”Continue reading “Political Stress Chronicles: Nancy Pelosi won the battle! Who will win the war?”
Stress and anxiety cannot be thoroughly discussed if the conversation is devoid of the negative emotional effects caused by our tumultuous political environment. The infamous Mueller investigation has produced intense anxiety and stress in our country. Although Americans have tried to avoid as much political stress as possible, the media will not allow us any peace from the political demagoguery ravaging our country. Let’s review the recent political saga that has undoubtedly caused political stress in the last few weeks. Continue reading “Political Stress Chronicles: Is the Mueller Investigation Causing Your Anxiety?”
As an adventurer of emotional and physical wellness, I often find that there are so many unconventional tools that aren’t utilized to decrease ongoing anxiety. The most used tools are exercise or meditation; however, there is another ground-breaking option that you can add to your mindfulness tool belt. Adult coloring books has been a trend since 2012, but it has reached astounding heights of popularity in the emotional wellness realm. Being the mindfulness adventurer that I am, I decided to place a temporary hold on traditional meditation, and take part in some good old fashion coloring.
After the midterm elections, no matter the results, turn off the news and disconnect from social media to prevent political stress. Try to take your mind off of the state of our country and disconnect from all of the political spin and fear mongering. Unlike no other time in our country, politics is causing Americans depression, fear, anger, and anxiety. Continue reading “Political Stress in Trump’s America”
Self-Reflection journaling isn’t a new trend in battling anxiety or analyzing coping skills. It’s rather therapeutic and allows you to redirect your focus from the bull shyt of the day, analyze your thoughts, and set new goals. Continue reading “Self-Reflection Journaling”