Three Senses Another mindfulness exercise is simply to notice what you are experiencing right now through three senses – sound, sight, touch. Take a few slow breaths and ask yourself: What are three things I can hear? (clock on the wall, traffic going by, music in the next room, people talking) What are three things I can see? (this computer, this chair, that sign, that person walking by) What are three things I can feel? (the chair under me, the floor under my feet, my keys
Anniversaries are significant milestones that couples need to honor and celebrate. When referring to anniversaries, my clients often assume that I only talk about their wedding anniversary or when they started dating. However, anniversaries can be any special day which has meaning to you as a couple such as when you first met, when you first started dating, when he or she proposed, or when you moved in with one another, well, you get the idea. In fact, research has shown that
Come Back When you catch yourself being caught up in worries about regrets about the past, the future or guilt, just notice that it is happening and simply and kindly say to yourself “Come back.” Then take a few calming breaths and focus on what you are doing right now.
The one constant thing in life is change. That doesn't mean we get used to it or fully embrace it, though. Here are 10 tips for coping with big changes in your life and coming out a better person for it. 1. Acknowledge things are changing. Sometimes we get so caught up in fighting change that we put off actually dealing with it. Denial is a powerful force, and it protects us in many ways. However, stepping outside of it and saying to yourself, "Things are changing, and it is