I have not posted in a while. It has been a confusing time. I knew I had to start with COVID yet I couldn’t find the words. The thread of confidently connecting with my writing ended in April 2020 with suggestions on how to keep positive and active during COVID-19. https://www.northyorkpsychotherapist.com/10-ideas-for-how-to-enjoy-your-stay-at-home/ Before then, on February 10, […]
I now see the meaning of my own creativity not as a way to stand out, be original or superior, but as the unexpected pathway towards powerful human connection with everyone who has struggled to observe and best express their life experiences. What a humbling, freeing, and comforting discovery!
I was recently reminded of this short blog called “What is Happiness? One thing” which I posted back in August 2015. My belief in what I wrote still stands, probably stronger than ever. What is your thought? Has the impact of COVID-19 changed anything in your perspective of what happiness is? “A few weeks ago,
It has been three weeks of adaptation. While the professionals have been working intensely on finding solutions to the virus crisis, attending to the sick, developing policies and communication strategies, or performing their essential services duties, we have been sitting at home, working (or not), eating, shopping, and looking after children and elderly. We are
Adaptation and Change We differ in how we react to life experiences. We will differ in how we react to the COVID-19 experience. Try to not compare or judge yourself for being more or less this and that than others. So, you are more anxious, so be it. Embrace it, seek reassurance and support. So,