“Self care” can be a challenge. If you are living with the impact of trauma, suffer from depression, or, like a number of survivors of sexual violence, struggle with low self-worth, it can be hard to find the energy or motivation to do what we know (and are frequently told) would be good for us.
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A message on reflection during lockdown from a teacher in China.
For me, yoga is an important part of self-care, so it’s no surprise that I have integrated mindfulness into my counselling practice. When my yoga teacher told me about a series of trauma-informed yoga workshops being held over the summer, I signed up straight away – and I’m glad I did. Not only did […]
Anger. It has a bad reputation doesn’t it? For me it was such a no-go emotion that I don’t think I really recognized it (or let myself really feel it) until I was well into adulthood. And I know I’m not alone – quite often I meet people who verbally express what to me sounds […]