Learn From Dr. Tan
The F wordWhat is your F words? Let's embrace and be empowered by the F words.😘
Intv by Alexis, Her Royal Highness Winner of Canadian PageantI'm so honored, thrilled, and grateful to be guest to the very inspiring, humble, and sweet Alexis Gail of Vancouver BC.
Lesson from a roller coasterLife is like a rollercoaster. What can you do to enjoy the ride even if you don't like being on a roller-coaster?
Heart Ears VideoOften we are uncertain about what to do and say when someone we know is grieving. Here is one thing that is always appropriate to do: Be a Heart with ears.
Be a Heart With Ears
Grieving or not, we all want to feel heard.
People will feel heard when we:
Listen with love and patience.
Listen with no judgment.
Listen with no expectation.
Listen without trying to give them feedback.
Some grievers would share their feelings.
Some grievers would share fun joyful memories.
Some grievers tell jokes and random stories.
Just listen with love and be there for them.
Be a Heart With Ears.
Has someone you know been Irritable? moody? feeling blue a lotDo you feel more irritable and moody, perhaps recently? Do you what is a very common cause of these? Do you know that anger is one of the most common expressions of grief?
There is a lot of anger and explosions of emotions in our society recently. Depending on the cause of grief, we might not notice any sadness, and only feel the anger, and there are more than 40 causes of grief. 🤗
To help us navigate our emotions and grief better, I bring to you today Mr. Jay Westbrook, an award-winning clinical hospice nurse, Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist, best-selling author, and national speaker. Listen to Jay on how to recognize that the emotions we are feeling might be an expression of grief and what are a few things we can do when we noticed we might be grieving.🤗 And then please share your gold nuggets in the comment below so we can continue learning from each other.💞❤️
KindnessHow are kind are you to yourself, in addition to other people?
Be Very Obsessed without attachmentObsession often gets a bad reputation. Actually, obsession is very good for helping us manifest our most important vision as long as we can do it without attachment. Obsession, according to Dictionary.com, is the domination of one's thought or feeling by an idea or an image. Obsession has nothing to do with attachment. We don't want to be attached because attachment actually repels our heart desire. We want to be obsessed without being attached.
NOT for Nothing.Life does not put us through misery for nothing. But it is up to us to persist and find the hidden good.
Falling together for the betterHappy May! Weeks of lock-down, no prom, no graduations, and now socially-distanced Mother's Day in most of the US. It's easy and normal to feel that things are falling apart, but what if, things are actually falling together for better? And what would the better looks like to you?
The "What-If?"Do "What-Ifs" come to bother you, even keeping you up at night? This is normal, particularly when we are going through a lot of change and uncertainty. And yet, it takes the same amount of energy to have the scary and unempowering "What-Ifs" as to only allow their opposite: the empowering, fun, more uplifting "What-Ifs". What if everything that is happening now is to allow enough change in our lives so something better can take place?
Interview by Sharon Hess Coping with change & How To Prevent stress on CoronavirusCOVID-19 has caused many unprecedented events that result in stress and grief. In this video, I am honored to share with Sharon and you several tips on how to cope with more ease.
Fear is GoodHaving fear and sadness when there are so much uncertainty and loss is normal and good. What we don't want is to be dominated by fear or sadness. Listen to the video for the crucial keys for us to be able to have fear without fear having us.