Self-Love

50 Tips For Grieving A Loved One (Person And Pet)

One of the most stressful things in this life is death, and it’s usually more stressful for the people who didn’t die, but are left to grieve the loss of their loved one. This year, I have seen people grieve more than I ever have before, and not just over the death of people and […]

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You Cannot Selectively Numb

TW: Addictions I’ve been learning a lot from Brené Brown recently, and something she said really stuck with me that I want to share with you in case you haven’t heard it: “You cannot selectively numb.” When we get bad news, are avoiding something, trying to purposefully dissociate ourselves, etc. we numb. This can come […]

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Supersonic Self-Love Ep. 8 – Inner Critic & Positive Self-Talk

Today I talk about what exactly an inner critic is, why we have one, tips on how to acknowledge negative self-talk, how to stand up to your inner critic, tips on how to transition into positive self-talk, the benefits of positive self-talk. Your homework assignments this week are to: Acknowledge your inner critic and their […]

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25 Ways To Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder

After Daylight Savings Time hits, the days get shorter (well, we have less sunlight during the day), and it affects a lot of people. Some people have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is a real mental illness and should always be treated with professional help such as therapy, but even if you don’t have SAD, […]

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