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Take a Self-Compassion Break

When you’re helping others cope with stress and anxiety, how do you deal with your own?

Britt Turpack, is a West L.A. NAMI peer teacher and a certified yoga instructor who has recently completed Brown University’s course on mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR).

Zoom Meeting - Saturdays at 9 am PT

Meeting ID: 890 3619 9470 Password: selfcare

Everyone tells you "it's going to be ok" ... We tell you what it takes to get there.

Guide you to resources recommended by those who have been in similar situations

Provide techniques and coping mechanisms to manage stress

Prepare you for future situations

Discover. Explore.

Take a journey to become your very best self, and find a love of life with an abiding connection to others and the world around you.

Mind Shift

Strategies to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways of thinking, and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.

Stop, Breathe, Think

Check in with how you’re feeling, and try short activities tuned to your emotions.

Say it with Sentimoji ™!

We all struggle to express our feelings sometimes, especially when texting. It can be even tougher to find the right words if we’re having a hard time with our mental health.

That’s why NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, created the “Sentimoji™” emoji sticker pack. Sentimoji™ lets anyone show they need a little support or reach out to help others – without saying a word.

So the next time you want to show you care, or ask for help if you’re having a bad day, say it with Sentimoji™!

The best way to achieve your goals is to keep them top of mind, so that you’re always consciously and subconsciously looking for ways to move yourself closer to them – and a vision board is the perfect tool to help you do that.

You can make a vision board in 6 simple steps:

  • Create a list of goals you’d like to achieve

  • Find pictures that represent your goals or symbolize the future you wish to create.

  • Make a collage out of all these images on a bulletin board,

  • Add motivational “affirmation words” and inspiring quotes that represent how you want to FEEL, like “courage,” “love,” or “imagination.”

  • Take a few moments to review your vision board every day,

Be Kind to your Mind

Meditations, sleep, and movement exercises to help you out, however you’re feeling. Let Headspace help you find some space and kindness for yourself and those around you.

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