There is no room in love for fear. Well-formed love banishes fear. Since fear is crippling, a fearful life-fear of death, fear of judgment-is one not yet fully formed in love. ( Marcus Borg ) Thank God for DBT ! I was doing so well emotionally that I was able to stop therapy for a while. And then...the global pandemic happened! I started getting paranoid and lonely and really worried, especially since my job is on hiatus during this time. After having some old impulses resurface, I decided that it was time to re-enroll in a DBT class. Let me be clear: There is no shame in returning to therapy or returning to a skills class-in fact, it is a good sign that you are self aware of what you need to stay well. Immediately after the first class, I felt so much better. It is soothing for me to see my therapist on a regular basis and it feels good to know I am doing something that tends to work for me. Right now, we are needing to self soothe ourselves even more than usual.
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Workouts in the gymnasium are useful, but a disciplined life in God is far more so, making you fit both today and forever. (The Message Bible) Unbusy: How to leverage the physics of flow to accomplish more of what truly matters and feel less busy at the same time by Andy Dragt This is a Speakeasy book , so I got this book for free because I promised to write a book review. You can do this too! In this short book, Andy Dragt explains how if we structure our lives based on the laws of physics then we will get more accomplished but feel less. busy. I was very interested in this book, as I am trying to structure my life and it is so hard for me! Fortunately, Dragt understands how hard this is, as he is also a person who does not naturally come to structure but he has found it very useful in his life. It certainly is true-I definitely get more accomplished when I structure my time. I like that he has you build in time that is for being spontaneous. That m