Racial trauma allows us to look at racism from the valuable perspective of the impact on an individual’s physical and mental well-being.
Retreating is a form of wisdom and an act of self-care to feed the soul, body and mind.
Spiritual bypassing is a coping mechanism, intentional or otherwise, that “protects” the ego from anxiety as an elaborate form of denial and avoidance.
Racial gaslighting is just the tip of a number of microaggressions afflicted on Black Americans, people of color and other marginalized groups.
Shaming is a way to deflect attention away from personal discomfort and emotional pain.
Self-compassion is an import from Buddhist psychology that works well with mindfulness to calm our inner critic.
We’re wired for all the things that promote survival and anxiety is one of them. Where does fear mongering go overboard?
Imposter Syndrome can manifest in acccomplished individuals and is characterized by chronic self-doubt and fear of being exposed as a fraud.
Codependency can be viewed as an attachment issue of having its roots in addictive behavior. Either way, tapping into your authentic self is part of the healing process.
Our bodies were designed to move. Adding movement to any wellness program can enhance your progress and help you feel better.