April is National Stress Awareness Month. Recognizing that high levels of prolonged stress have a detrimental impact on our physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual health, I wanted to offer sessions that are specifically dedicated to addressing stress.
I am a recovering people-pleasing fawner with the occasional desire to flee.
I have worked in the non-profit arena my entire professional career … I know stress. In the past, I used a lot of destructive and unhealthy habits to numb, and often disassociate, myself to the strain, pressure, and anxiety of the job. My stress wasn’t just reserved for work matters. I was anxious in conflict situations. I stressed over my communications and interactions with others, worrying that I had done/said something wrong. I agonized over the future and often became avoidant of difficult decisions or conversations. Sometimes my stress felt like more than I could handle and that it would never end.
I have learned how to address my stress through several practices, both physical and mental, that have provided me an efficient and sustainable way to process my stress.
In honor of the month of April, I am offering a limited number of 30-minute sessions that are geared toward addressing your specific stressors and cocreating a unique roadmap to help feel grounded and a sense of ease in your life. To keep this personal development work financially accessible, these sessions will be Pay What You Decide. I am here today through the generosity of my mentors and coaches, and I am grateful for their help and gifts.
Click here to sign up for sessions:
Leave a Reply.
Christopher W. Daniels,