When you are surrounded by uncertainty, can you see light at the end of the tunnel? It is there although sometimes you need to change direction to see it.
That is so much a metaphor for living right now. Many of us are needing to change direction to find the light at the end of the tunnel. For some it may seem a long way out, but it is there.
If you find all the changes and difficulties of the last six months overwhelming, just keep plodding on one positive thought at a time. Or better still get in touch with me.
I love working with totally overwhelmed, freaked out or depressed people, especially women. I had PTSD for much of my life and around 12 years ago I got over it.
I am passionate about helping other people discover the peace and freedom that I have now I escaped from anxiety.
Of course, Covid stirred things up a bit but I knew how to help myself get totally back to balance and I’d love to help you or those people you know who need help. You can get help face to face in my clinic or online using zoom, and also using my new online downloadable program.
Or you can book in for a free discovery consultation to meet me and find out more about your options.
Some simple tips meanwhile are to make a list of what things have been most difficult and work out why. Then be thankful that you understand and have coped.
Another way out of overwhelm and problems is to focus on positive things. Imaging an invisible portable toilet that is always with you to dispose of thoughts you don’t want, then flush them away. It sounds trite and silly, but it works.
Wherever you are at, take care and keep watching for that light at the end of the tunnel.