It’s been an intense year for many due to social and economic changes. And with change comes a lot of feelings to process. Most of us have a hard time being with difficult emotions. And we’d prefer to distract ourselves from feeling the hard stuff. But when we distract, our feelings are still swirling around inside us. And eventually, we start to act differently in our relationships and our environment.
So how does one manage all these emotions? Since this is a frequent topic in my work with clients, I have created an emotional self-care guide for you. You will receive 3 steps for responding to difficult emotions with more compassion (and less judgment). My intention is to keep it simple and nourishing so that you can refer back to it when you need it the most.
If you are interested in receiving my emotion self-care guide, you can sign up here.
May it bring you back to exactly what you need to receive and hear during this time.
Marci Payne, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri. She helps ambitious men and women create meaningful relationships by first growing within. Schedule a free 15-minute phone call with Marci, and decide if working one-on-one with Marci is a good fit for your counseling needs. (Note: I am currently based in Lee’s Summit MO, but am working with clients throughout Missouri via phone and video sessions).