Something was gnawing at me, trying to get my attention to say things were not right.
The gift of depression and anxiety. Why my burnout was a blessing in disguise
Mental health issues are not generally discussed in glowing terms and certainly not as a gift. Those of us living with some sort of mental health issue don’t actually enjoy the symptoms or challenges associated with them. Continue reading “The gift of depression and anxiety.”
When there is congestion on the highway, energy gets backed up.
Can acupuncture help manage depression and anxiety?
There are many strategies to consider beyond the medical model of care for the management of mental health issues. Continue reading “Acupuncture: Can it help manage depression and anxiety?”
There were times that I wondered if I would ever return to work.
This week I have returned to work (my paid employment that is) after 10 weeks leave. That it has been hard is the understatement of the year to date.
Continue reading “Returning to work frogone it.”
To be resilient one must also have their own needs met
Resilience is my favourite human characteristic.
Resilience is the ability to rise back stronger than ever following a setback or challenge. Rather than let failure, unexpected changes or stressful situations affect them negatively those with resilience have the ability to bounce back, adapt and rise from the ashes. Continue reading “Resilience”
Femidist has moved
To improve the functionality of my blog and collection of writings I have moved to femidist.net.
I look forward to chatting to your all.
Love Femidist (AKA Wendy)
New Year’s Resolutions: Do you make them?
An ABC article online discusses why New Year’s Resolutions as so hard to keep, the article is here for those interested.
Continue reading “New Year Resolutions”
Like a Kundalini awakening my story is bubbling up.
There are two sides to every story and the truth lies somewhere in between. (Femidist)
Continue reading “Femidist speaks out”