As we get older, we often run into the same issues over and over again, and find ourselves faced with pain we don’t think will ever go away. And you know what? That’s okay.
An intense session at the therapist’s office lead me to a walk in the central cemetery of Bruges, the oldest one in the country. Here’s where my eyes and mind went in the mean time…
Stormy weather has a way of pushing the pause button: schools close, we stay inside and keep windows and doors shut. How does our behaviour during an actual storm match what we do during a figurative storm? And what happens after?
Energy is a tricky thing. We all have it, heck, we’re even made of it. And yet, sometimes it feels like it’s left us completely. But is that even possible?
Depression can sometimes be nearly impossible to spot. Covert depression and high functioning depression are well-hidden, yet can be even more devastating because it takes longer to get help. Here’s how to spot some of the signals, and what you can do to help someone going through depression.
Singing is great fun, but did you know it also has proven health benefits?
There are people who, when a problem is presented to them, can’t seem to cope with it right away. There are times when I can adapt to issues really quickly (at work). This is a story of when I couldn’t, why that was and what I needed at the time. I know I’m not alone in this, so perhaps it can be helpful to you too.
Most of us have stuff in our house we don’t really use. We all think we will sell it or donate it one day, and yet that day never seems to roll around. Why do we put this off? Why is it so hard to get rid of your old stuff?
We are used to see flowers in spring and summer, but what about the darker and colder seasons? And what can we learn about the flowers that color the seasons of our lives?
Is guilt always bad? It sure feels that way, but it can also lead us toward positive actions, toward a better version of ourselves, even. Want to know how?