Saying goodbye to 2020 – what a year it has been.
As this year comes to a close, it’s important that we try to look back on 2020 with as many positives as possible; as although it has been a difficult year for everyone, it has also taught us the true value of what’s important in life – primarily, our health! It is more important than ever that you take care of your mental health as well as your physical, so, if you are having any internal struggles, we have a huge library of blogs and resources to help you to understand your thoughts and feelings and to enable you to move forward from past negative experiences.
Let’s take a look back at some of the most popular blogs from 2020:
During this time of uncertainty as parents, carers and teachers we need to arm ourselves with the right tools in order to build our young people’s resilience. For children who weren’t prone to worries and anxieties before, the complete shift in their daily life may impact them emotionally. As an adult you can feel the changes and the pressures, for children this will be even bigger. The difference is, they may not be able to articulate it.
Times are uncertain at the moment and even during this time of turmoil, it is comforting to see people reaching out to support each other. I hope you are all staying safe and following all the guidelines set out.
Today, I want to ask for your support. Next week, I will be offering a FREE download of Don’t Feed the Cat book on Amazon Kindle, to support the families that need some additional support in dealing with uncertainty. I need your help to spread the word as far and wide as we can.
Last week we were looking at how we can contain our feelings and how these emotions can have a negative impact on how we feel on a day to day basis. I think it’s important to work these issues through, as continuing to carry them is a daily burden that can impact our mood, anxiety levels and confidence. We looked last week at how making a list of things can help them feel less overwhelming for us, splitting our emotions down can make things more bite size and in turn easier to deal with.
Life can be very stressful and at these times we can often move into the zone of having to contain how we are feeling inside. This is a perfect way to help us deal in the situation but then it is essential that we find the right time to work through our feeling and emotions. But if we are spending extended times dealing with life in this way, we are going to feel very stressed and overwhelmed.
Please do take a look back at any of my previous blogs; you can use the search bar at the bottom of the page to search for any particular topics you require and I hope that they can act as a great resource of help for you.
Here’s to hopefully a much more positive 2021 and as always, thank you for your continued support.
Thanks for dropping by, Sara x