By Hollis Taylor

Are you managing a lot of stress? Did you lose someone you love? Maybe your a medium and every day you listen to people’s grief about people they love? OR Maybe you have experienced trauma that you are reacting to now, even if it was long ago. I notice that regardless of what is really going on the result is the same, stress – overwhelm – loss – depression. There are many ways to manage these types of experiences and right now some people are dealing with these exact experiences!

I talk to many of you in private in readings, coaching sessions and we have discussed about how trauma, grief and loss can all impact us without us being truly conscious of the effects. We just notice we are tired, exhausted, sad, unmotivated, depressed or overwhelmed. Maybe some of us are aware of our loss like in grief – we are aware that our loved on has passed. BUT it seems we don’t know what to do? We don’t know how to manage it. I do offer 1on1 coaching sessions at an affordable price that can really help you grow & realize what is best for you, how to heal and what to do next. I can validate the signs you get from the other side or from your spirit guides. I can help you interpret messages you get through your awakening and help you sort out what is YOU and what is TRAUMA!

Coaching with me is unique because I use spiritual approaches as well as science to help guide you through stressful times. Even if its as simple as being someone that listens and even as complicated as looking at your astrology chart to find your soul calling. We all have stressful and anxious moments and in this article I hope to offer you a few tools to help navigate through this experience.  

To help you cope with these challenges, I wanted to share some techniques and strategies for managing stress:

  • Deep breathing: Taking slow, deep breaths can help activate the parasympathetic nervous system and promote relaxation. Try inhaling for four counts, holding for four counts, and exhaling for six counts.
  • Mindfulness: Practicing mindfulness involves bringing your attention to the present moment and observing your thoughts and feelings without judgment. You can try mindfulness exercises like body scans, meditation, or mindful breathing.
  • Exercise: Physical activity releases endorphins, which can help boost mood and reduce stress. Consider taking a walk, practicing yoga, or trying a workout class.
  • Self-care: Prioritizing self-care activities like taking a bath, reading a book, or spending time with loved ones can help reduce stress and improve mood.

I hope you find these strategies helpful. Remember, managing stress and anxiety is a journey, and it’s important to be patient and compassionate with yourself along the way.