Not a day goes by that I don’t see first responders heading out to calls and I wonder what type of situation they will encounter when they get to where they’re going. So I pray for them. When we’ve experienced traumatic events and are rebuilding our lives, we may have placed calls to first responders for help. I don’t know about you, but I’m very thankful for first responders. They often start the rebuilding process for individuals in crisis by stabilizing situations and conditions, so we can get back to normal. Continue reading “Thankful for First Responders”
I had planned on getting this out sooner, but too many people have been going through the transition of friends, family members, and parents. So things have been a bit hectic. Part of rebuilding after traumatic events is learning how to get through the holidays when special dates of someone’s traumatic event or loss are now etched in Continue reading “How to Get Through the Holidays”
Traumatic events occur in our lives and can often leave us shell-shocked, numb, and needing time to process what happened, how to get going again, and how to get back on track living up to our potential. Ever been there? Continue reading “What’s Your Potential?”
My posts often have talked about rebuilding our lives and health after traumatic events, but I want to pull some of that information together under this topic of how to create a healing environment.
Seems like we’re in and out of the process of rebuilding our lives. But no matter what stage we’re in, we need to consider the influences in our lives and how they are impacting our ability to rebuild our lives and move forward after traumatic events. Have you really thought about who is influencing you?
What in the world is Beta 1, 3D Glucan and what does it do? I had never heard of it until Continue reading “REVIEW of Transfer Point Beta 1, 3D Glucan-500 mg”
Rebuilding after traumas and losses can deplete our immune system. Stressful jobs, multiple moves, job changes, family or work drama, financial challenges, military service, or caring for someone disabled can drain our immune system. Any of these situations may Continue reading “How to Rebuild Your Immune System”
The process of rebuilding our lives after traumatic events can take time depending on how much of an impact the trauma has had on our lives and on our well-being. It also depends on how resilient (or able to bounce back) we might be. Whatever the situation, it’s important to remember Continue reading “You Can Change Your Life”
Ongoing stressful situations lead to chronic stress which can leave us feeling tired, drained, and lacking the energy we need to get through the day. If you’ve had a full night’s sleep, but you’re still tired, and the thought of going back to bed sounds Continue reading “Do You Have Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue?”
Do you know anyone who’s been arrested? Chances are good that you do. Maybe it was a relative, boss, neighbor, or co-worker who drank too much at the office party or college party and had a ride in the police car afterwards. They and their families will be rebuilding from that in some way. Maybe you know someone Continue reading “Know Anyone Who’s Been Arrested?”
Don’t you hate when relationships turn upside down? I do. How much they turn our lives upside down depends on how close we are to the other people and what exactly is tied into those relationships. For instance, if Continue reading “Repairing Broken Relationships”
How are you doing on this topic? The saying is that we do what’s important to us. So the question really becomes how much of a priority is this? Unfortunately, it’s easy to push past developing an attitude of gratitude Continue reading “Developing an Attitude of Gratitude”