People often find their way to me through painful life circumstances.
These circumstances can create enormous amounts of distress. When not managed properly, it can take a toll on our physical, emotional, spiritual and psychological well being.
Stress can creep up on us as we go about our daily lives. It shows up when we have problems such as: relationship discord, unresolved family issues, divorce, death, declining health, and economic worries.
Events such as these can lead to self doubt, worry, guilt, fear, depression, anxiety, panic, and sometimes substance abuse.
I believe that there is a place for stress in our lives; it accounts for those important times when we must run from danger, or fight to stay alive. Outside of those two situations? It is disrupting to our sense of well being and damaging to our health.
The good news is that stress does not have to manage us. We can use it to better understand ourselves as we seek to find peace & balance in our lives.