It's time to connect

Updated: May 8

Massive global changes = mass grief. This needs to be addressed. If you have children and/or have to go to work during this pandemic, there is no time to breakdown or have existential crises. You need to make a mental health plan that safeguards your family.


Here is a short list of ways to feel better immediately:


Bathe / shower


Eat something delicious


Orgasm


Repeat


Here is a short list of ways to feel better over time:


Journal


Exercise


Meditate


Repeat


Here are resources to help improve your mental health:


App


Book


30-Day Challenge


Schedule a call


Now is the time to lean in to the present. If this time at home alone or with your family does not FEEL like a gift, it's time to get serious about organizing a successful mental health plan. I am happy to help you do that.


XO,

Rachel


P.S.

Here is a short list of FACTS that you need to read:


Feelings always change.


It will not always be this way.


You can handle this.


Everything is going to be okay.


P.P.S.

Here is a haiku a wrote:


Look for the helpers.

Something good will come of this.

I promise you that.


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