Video Time: You Are Enough, Really You Are

So this week, I decided to put together a list of videos that revolve around another topic. I’ve done this before and I want to keep doing this every now and then alongside video discussions and regular blog posts.

This kind of post will consist of a few short videos with a little discussion whereas the video discussion posts will be one video that may be longer and will have a more in depth discussion.

So these videos are about being enough as you are. The voices of anxiety, social media, teachers, the people in our lives, and/or lies the world may tell us that we need to be something were not. We can’t be happy and satisfied unless we have or meet certain conditions like being the best student in class, getting married, having kids, owning a house, having the newest phone, iPad, car, etc.

We put ourselves down and believe in the lies which can hurt our morale and decrease our motivation to do anything. We wind up letting people push us around and tell us how we should be which may not be right for us and benefits the other people.

Now I’m not saying we shouldn’t strive to be better, but find a way to be happy and content with where we are at right now instead of waiting for the end result. If we are currently rewiring our thoughts, not believing the lies about ourselves, changing how we see the world, working towards a goal, we can find peace of mind knowing that we’re doing the best we can with what we got right now.

Remember your not alone in the world and you have worth. Enjoy the videos.

Video Time: Anxiety and Stress

This week I’m posting two videos on how to distract yourself with anxiety and stress. Next week will be a regular post.

The first video is a segment taken from the Doctor Oz show about a few foods that can help calm yourself if your anxiety is way up.

The second video is from LPC, NCC Paige Pradko. She discusses 10 different ways of how you can distract yourself if your anxiety levels are too high.

I hope you all have a great week and remember your not alone. What’s going on out there in the world, we’ll get through this together. Till next time.