Tips on how to ride out uncertainty

In Australia we have had 37 Deaths from the virus. What I am more personally concerned about is the rise in suicide. The last data captured in 2015 had 3027 Deaths.

The overwhelming messages in my inbox of people loosing their jobs, riddled with fear and anxiety of the unknown and isolation with unhealthy vices which can all lead to a deterioration of mental health and high risk of suicide deaths.
I have battled with mental illness , hence why it’s my number 1 priority to stay on top of my mental health at this time and encourage you all to as well.
1. Check in daily with a loved one or friend.
2. Join free groups, online soul circles and fitness challenges. Community is important so I’ll be running a free call this Sunday at 6pm for anyone who needs connection and a safe place to express.
3. Seek professional help if you consistently depressed , anxious or suicidal. Life life number is 131114 – I’ve had to call once and it was such a beautiful loving experience.
4. Daily movement , journaling, meditation, dance , breathe work, essential oils . All the things in your tool kit make it a non negotiable to force yourself to do a task that makes you feel good each day.
5. Eat nourishing foods!!! Our food has a huge impact on our mental health. Refrain from emotional eating and binging.
6. Be gentle on yourself, nurture your heart at this time melt into that softness. If you need help, guidance or healing be willing to ask.
7. Reach out to people in your life and check in on them. Create meaningful conversations and deepen the togetherness.
I am sending deep healing to you all. To those who have read this post and are feeling the waves of emotion I invite you to reach out. You are not alone.

Feel free to share this with someone who might need it.

𝔀𝓲𝓽𝓱 𝓵𝓸𝓿𝓮 𝓮𝓵𝓵𝓮 𝔁𝔁

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