Write It Out

Actually try writing your thoughts down.

You don’t need to do anything in-depth or lengthy—just take five minutes or so a day to write down your thoughts, feelings, or ideas. This can be especially helpful if you want to keep track of changes in your moods or behavior over time (maybe to discuss with a therapist later). But it can also just be a place to work through something in a private, non-judgey space—something that you may not feel comfortable talking about just yet.

  • When you’re super stressed and overwhelmed, see if there’s any way to put a positive spin on it.

Stress happens, and it always sucks on some level—whether you’re overworked or overbooked or both. For example, if you’re stressed because you’re up against an intense work deadline, think about how that stress is actually helping to push you to get it done. “The sensation of pressure doesn’t have to be negative—it can be a positive challenge and motivating,” Dr. Clark says. Or, if you don’t have a free weekend to yourself in the next two months, consider how it’s pretty great that you’ve got such a rich social life these days. In many cases, it’s all about how you view it.

And, of course, if you’re chronically stressed and there really isn’t an upside, consider viewing that as a welcome warning sign that you need to find ways to scale back before you burn out.

And one thing that helps me cope with stress and regulating my mood swings, controls my insomnia
And lessens my anxiety is the Entune CBD Squares

I also enjoy my essential oil therapies especially the line from Zija which are all pharmaceutical grade.

And remember in times of high stress take those extra five or 10 minutes that you need out to yourself find a space that is just for you close your eyes and think of something that brings peace to you. And remember you can’t control the situation but you can control the outcome by many blessings

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