Life is full of challenging moments and I must say I have definitely had a couple of weeks of them.
So what did I do to cope because let's face it, I still become anxious, stressed, emotional and for a short time crippled with these challenges.
#The first step is to tackle them one at a time, nothing is ever as urgent as it seems.
#To affirm that you can do this and that the world won't end even if you don't.
#I walk every morning, out in the fresh air. Sometimes I even allow the tears of overwhelm to role down my face. Knowing that this is a good thing and allows the tension and anxiety to reduce. Allowing me to think more clearly about the things that are happening.
#Talk to trusted people whom will help bring a sense of balance to your mind and thinking. They may even have some suggestions of how to handle things.
#Take a break - have a coffee :). Listen to music that is uplifting.
#Have a bubble bath
#If it all seems too daunting tackle it little by little, piece by piece.
#If it toxic people either physically if possible or a least mentally eliminate these people from your mind and your emotions.
#Always to remember - "You are Enough": "You have come this far and will continue the rest of the way". Using the gifts, talents and lessons you have and are learning.
It is all about getting yourself into a more positive frame of mind to help deal with things better.
Love Yourself and the Love the People who Love you. Allowing yourself to still have a Wonderful Day - No Matter What!

Author's Bio: 

Julie Doherty is acknowledged as Worldwide Leader in Healthcare by The Leading Physicians of the world. She is an exceptionally experienced naturopathic health practitioner with a vast expertise in traditional medicine, herbal medicine, and homeopathic medicine. Julie has over twenty-six years in practice and currently maintains a position at Julie's Naturopathic Health Care Services, her private practice in Hackham, South Australia, Australia, where she provides an extensive array of safe, effective, individual, and non-invasive therapies to assist with overcoming health issues that affect the body and the mind.
Julie graduated with distinctions from S.A. College of Botanical Medicine and Natural Therapies and is an accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Her professional qualifications include Naturopathic Doctor, Herbal & Homoeopathic Practitioner in Diet and Nutritional Medicine, Remedial & Therapeutic Massage Therapy, Body Mind Balancing Cognitive Counselling, and Healthy/Lifestyle coaching and Natural Beauty. This solid education has enabled Julie to provide an extensive range of multidisciplinary modalities that are safe, effective, individual and non-invasive to empower each person to optimal health. Julie credits her success to determination and dedicates to her family and traveling in her spare time