The ability to achieve a sense of inner balance may be affected by a multitude of variables: external and internal pressures, loss, grief, anxiety, trauma and/or one’s own self-imposed expectations. These can occur without warning, or percolate slowly until they become unmanageable.
In this hectic world, achieving a sense of balance can sometimes feel like walking a tight rope.
You may have noticed a red thread in this website’s background. I utilize this red thread to symbolize how sometimes the “threads” that keeps us balanced can begin to unravel or fray. It is not always easy to allow ourselves the time to notice the changes in the fabric of our lives. Nor is it easy to take the time necessary to regroup, assess and mend the threads, yet doing so is an essential part of living well and maintaining balance.
I view psychological or emotional wellbeing much the same way as I do physical wellbeing – it requires care, time and maintenance.
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