Out of all eight wellness aspects that I’m covering the spiritual one seems to be the most personal one. The one we exchange about the least. As a non-religious person pushing a spiritual discussion often leaves me uneasy. I know it shouldn’t but it does. Because overall the Spiritual Wellness simply invites us to be… Continue reading Spiritual Wellness
Intellectual Wellness sounds rather educational but don’t shy away because it’s actually very down to earth. When we refer to the Intellectual Wellness it means to participate in scholastic, cultural, and community activities. And it's important as it helps to expand knowledge and skills in order to live a stimulating, successful life. (source: https://news.illinoisstate.edu) And I… Continue reading Intellectual Wellness
If I’m being really honest, I’m hesitant to use the word “holistic”. I believe in a holistic approach but I don’t always connect to the word itself. How about you? I keep thinking about the word, what it represents, what it stands for but as well how we might not feel connected to it. Why… Continue reading Holistic?!
No matter how you call it, may it being mindful, being aware or in the moment. All this is easy(er) to practise and believe in when we are in a good spot, when it all runs smooth. But it is the moments when life throws us a curve-ball that we tend to drop it all.… Continue reading When life throws us a curve-ball
A while ago I came across this article (https://freefromtoxic.com/2015/06/16/the-8-most-common-narc-sadistic-conversation-control-tactics/) and shared it on Facebook. And quite few came back and thanked me for sharing. It seems the article struck a chord with some people out there. The above link gives a great description of narcissistic behaviours and I won’t go into that any further. But what… Continue reading Enough…