3 weird things to do when you’re in a slump.


“Slump.” It’s not a clinical term, but who wants to read an article about “anhedonia“? One of the most common topics of therapy is lack of motivation. Sometimes a “slump” is born from the paralyzing anxiety of agoraphobia (think Joan counting her steps outside her house in “Shameless”); Sometimes it grows from the shackling anhedonia […]

http://ontheyellowcouch.com/2016/05/17/3-weird-things-to-do-when-youre-in-a-slump/

Self Kindness: More Difficult than I Thought


I’m participating in the Kindness Challenge started by Niki of The Richness of A Simple Life. I’m reflecting on Week One: Self Kindness. At first I thought this would be super easy, no problem. I’m always kind to myself. Well, most of the time. I consider myself a very positive person. I’m grateful for the […]

https://peacefrompanic.wordpress.com/2016/05/18/self-kindness-more-difficult-than-i-thought/

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