Category: Psychological Tips

  • Forgive to heal

    Forgive to heal

    If it’s too heavy; set it down Forgive everyone for all ills as much as possible. Forgiveness”, either secularly or religiously, does not mean you must embrace someone in familial adoration. Forgiveness does not imply that you must wipe the slate so clean you can pick up a broken relationship where you left off. Forgiveness […]

  • Mindfulness


    What is Mindfulness? Mindfulness is conscious of what is taking place in your environment, your thoughts, feelings and sensations in your body, in the present moment, without judging yourself or the situation. Mindfulness is not part of any religion; it does not require unique clothes or equipment. You do not have to clear your mind, […]

  • Sleep and the ability to cope with coronavirus

    Sleep and the ability to cope with coronavirus

    Yesterday was unusual because I struggled a bit with lockdown and felt lonely. That was unusual for me as the older I get, the more content I am spending time alone, and I am naturally quiet as a person. I am self-isolating at home with my dog, as I have mild asthma. I left the […]

  • Cognitively Reframing Coronavirus

    Cognitively Reframing Coronavirus

    Cognitive reframing, also known as cognitive restructuring, is a psychological technique to help you look at a situation differently. In light of the current global pandemic, I thought it would be useful to help you to use cognitive reframing with coronavirus. Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power […]