Being Mindful When Your Mind is Full
Being Mindful by Creating a Self-Care Plan
Everyday-stress has become normalized for many of us, but when mild stresses turn into chronic stress, our physical AND mental health suffers. I want to do my part to help you gain a better understanding of the tools you have at your disposal to cope with difficult situations that can create chaos in the mind. That’s why on Thursday, September 17th at 11:00 am MST, I’ll be hosting a webinar called, Being Mindful When Your Mind is Full.
During our time together, I’ll be sharing the connection between mindfulness and self-care while urging you to explore different factors, people, and situations that could be causing you excessive and unnecessary stress. We’ll also be discussing ways that you can revise and revive your physical space to enhance your mental state.
From learning to protect yourself from toxic relationships to incorporating tips for embracing the present moment, we’ll be covering a lot of ground -- but it’s a good starting point to ensure that you cover all your bases when it comes to caring for your mental wellbeing.
Meet Dr. Lauren Pihlgren, The Facilitator of Being Mindful When Your Mind is Full
My mission is to build a partnership with my patients by blending conceptualization and modern medicine with the time-honored values of compassion, empathy and respect, in order to created enduring positive change involving integration of physical, emotional and intellectual health, one person at a time.
In short, I help patients identify underlying issues so they can have better health and an even better quality of life.
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Don’t Settle for Negativity, Learn to Embrace the Positive
Many of us spend our entire lives falling into habits of negative self-talk, judgmental thoughts about others, and a generally negative outlook about the world around us. All things considered, it will take more than an hour-long class to correct these learned behaviors.
Fortunately, science and research have shown us that there are certain practices that can essentially rewire the way our brains operate and help us build healthier, more productive thought patterns that can embrace positivity.
Consider this webinar an opportunity to check in with the health of your relationships, habits, and thought patterns. Whether you’re a complete novice when it comes to mindfulness, or you’re well into your second or third gratitude journal, this webinar is good for anyone and everyone who is looking to take better care of their mental health.
I Can’t Wait to Share With You on Thursday, September 17th at 11:00 am MST!