Three Steps for Thriving in Chaos, Intensity and Change

June’s Health & Healing article

When life feels chaotic and intense, and when circumstances change in ways that seem out of our control, we experience stress or even anxiety. Negative consequences of stress and anxiety include depression, headaches, stomachaches, sleep disorders, and substance abuse. Many people are dealing with complex life situations that feel overwhelming. The situations may involve change that is dramatic and seemingly non-stop, or they may feel unbearably stagnant. Both scenarios are painful. Sometimes we reach a threshold of crisis, but don’t know what to do next.

If we knew what kind of personal “weather” patterns were coming our way, we could be ready with our disaster preparation plan. We’d either brace ourselves for a quick, violent storm or settle in to withstand a slow, brutal heat wave. But that wouldn’t develop our ability to deal with the unexpected. Preparing for the possibilities of what may (or should) happen next, particularly in these intense and chaotic times of dissolution and reassembly, can be a significant source of stress in and of itself.

In order to create mental, physical, and emotional health, we need to stay connected to what is happening both internally and externally in our lives. In doing so, we can react appropriately, staying balanced and healthy in the face of challenging circumstances.

The following three steps help us thrive in chaos, intensity and change…READ MORE

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