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Remember - everything will be alright

Updated: Mar 17

Life can be a rollercoaster sometimes, throwing all sorts of challenges our way. It's easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out, wondering if everything will be okay. But I'm here to remind you that you've got this!

As a human being, you are incredibly unique and amazing. Your problem-solving skills are unmatched, you sit at the top of the food chain, and your cognitive abilities, gut instincts, and opposable thumbs make you a force to be reckoned with.

However, when modern life piles on the pressure, our bodies can slip into a stress response - a physical state designed to keep us safe from danger, like our cavemen ancestors facing off against saber-tooth tigers. This stress response can affect our cognitive function and stifle creativity because our bodies prioritize survival over tasks like presentations, money worries, or relationship troubles.

A public building in Glasgow with a sign illuminated above it reading 'Everything will be alright'

You can work with your mind and use it to your advantage. Trick your brain into thinking things are okay by taking time to be calm, breathe deeply, drink water and relax your body. Visualize the outcomes you desire every day, and watch as your creativity flows back in. Try brain dumps or listen to a free relaxation MP3 to help you unwind, contact me if you would like to receive one.

Remember, your subconscious mind's primary job is to protect you and keep you alive. It still thinks you're a caveman fleeing danger, wanting you to stay alert to survive. Your a human being, you are resilient, creative and you grown with every experience you have, making you stronger and more resilient.

Here are some things to keep in mind:

1. Slow and steady wins the race.

2. Nothing lasts forever, including tough times.

3. You are an amazing and unique human being with incredible potential.

4. On the other side of adversity, opportunity awaits.

So take a deep breath, trust in your abilities, and know that everything will be alright. You've navigated challenges before, and you'll come out even stronger on the other side of this one. Keep your head up, stay hopeful, and remember just how incredible you truly are!



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