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Coping is key.

When there is an upset or a stress, we want to control the environment; i.e. eliminate the stress. Our responsibility is to consciously realize that this is not within our control. We do not have control over our environment. Breathe into it. Cope with the stress. Many of us go literally crazy trying to keep all the loose ends of life wrapped up. It’s impossible to control all the details and, I would argue, not the best approach to begin within. You’re setting yourself up for all sorts of stress-related health conditions.

You also don’t actually have to act out the psycho-drama in your relationships to alleviate the stress. Learn to cope with the stress. Many of us find ourselves taking it out on each other. We’re stuck in patterns of argument, disagreement, dissatisfaction, or disappointment. We love each other and don’t know why we keep having the same conversations over and over again.

This pandemic, and the social distancing it requires, provides the perfect playground to practice our coping skills. Our environment is even more difficult to control than usual. The virus adds a variable that increases our health risk exponentially, thereby increasing the stress we feel about it. Those of us with children and families to protect may feel overwhelmed. We must find a way to cope.

Craniosacral therapy can help. With my subtle guidance, you can connect with an inner wisdom and sense of healing. This inner place shows us a sensation of coping that we can learn from; it provides a blueprint for calm. Using our discernment, we then apply this blueprint energetically to the current conditions we face and create plans for coping with all the stresses in our life.

Text me at (561) 410-6113 to schedule today. You deserve it.