I’ve paused. I’ve been listening.I’ve been reading.I’ve been thinking. I’ve been overwhelmed.I’ve been anxious.I’ve been ashamed. I watched this eye-opening discussion with researcher, professor, and author Brené Brown PhD, LMSW. If time permits, it is a great conversation starter. The way she discusses these intense topics — privilege, power, and […]
Author: Zina Harrington
Below are motivational words from S.C. Lourie inspiring a collection of ten inspirational quotes about slow living, self-care, and life! . . . This collection of quotes is inspired by these motivational words from writer, poet, artist and story lover — S.C. Lourie of Butterflies and Pebbles. Today’s Motivational Words […]
Feeling overwhelmed by a constant urge to check the news? Below are five tips for breaking the cycle and opting out of the overconsumption of media. . . . Have you been obsessively watching and reading the news lately? It is easy to get caught up in a non-stop cycle […]
If you’ve been around someone who is spiraling—you get how awful it can feel to see someone in pain and not know how to respond. Here are twenty-five helpful things you can say to hold space for someone who is struggling with anxiety.
First and foremost, wherever you are in the world, I hope you and your loved ones are safe. If you’re struggling with anxiety — know that I am here with you. I see you, my friend. When the world feels out of control, the best place to start reducing anxiety […]
Since before WWII researches at Harvard have been collecting data on happiness. The clearest message from this 75-year study is . . . . . . From a young age, society tells us we need certain material things to be successful, to lead ‘the good life.’ To obtain the dream home, […]