I bet that you are here because you are tired of feeling like you can’t control your emotions and anger is causing chaos.
You deserve to have a life in which you feel balanced. Feeling angry should not be a chaotic thing but rather a perfectly healthy emotion that has its place in your life. You probably have being fighting with BPD, depression or anxiety, but no matter how big you think the problem is there is a way to solve it.
Picture a you that faces their emotions and deals with them in a healthy way, a way that makes you feel proud not ashamed, a way that allows you to feed your relationships with your loved ones.
With a compassionate understanding of the struggle and the discipline to confront it you CAN have a worthy and peaceful life.
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I turned to awareness without even knowing that that was what I was doing. For years this has been my go to for calming down my emotions. It became something I did when I wanted to make sure my promise of not being a bitch was going to be reliable. In my experience you need to understand yourself in order to change and cope with your anger. Grab this guide and start cultivating awareness of your darkness.
- 5 steps to cope with anger through awareness writing exercises.
- 2 meditation exercises with 3 different and easy techniques to help you concentrate better and calm yourself down.
- 2 beginner yoga classes to help you relax, and stimulate your body.
- 1 progressive relaxation technique to become aware of how your emotions change your body and viceversa.
When I was a 5 year old kid my teacher told us that she would give a price to the students that manage to be on time consistently. Long story short I took my lil brother and went to my school at 3:00 a.m. Where the hell were my parents, though?
So yeah, discipline is kinda the name of my game.
My name is Samantha Alessia Nicolle, but you can call me Sam. When it comes to stabilizing your emotions and getting your mental health back I can help you identify what to work on and how.
I am a mental health blog host, yogi and psychologist, being disciplined is my native language, (for better or for worse) helping by compassion and understanding is my thing.
I had help people with different backgrounds and conditions either by one on one therapy, yoga classes or mental health workshops. I was a pioneer in using yoga and psychology to prevent and treat mental illnesses in the Salvadoran army and with a public school of San Miguel of the same country.
You could either find me playing in the soccer field, at a coffee shop or in my house being Larry David all day long.
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