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🦋 Mental Truth: Invisible Energy

Invisible Energy

Our waking moments, the mind is set to auto response. Auto-pilot of conscious or unconscious behavior created by habits – daily routine. Motions are set where as, thinking is no longer required.. Little to no effort, the mind takes action.

Like a pre-programmed response, action to act now. Everything for the matter is on point or in check. A positive energy to motivate and be productive. The purpose to life, reason to be here on earth, right? Work, be productive, and build a life.

A day of routine, headed to work and road construction, unexpected. The body and minds response to act now and fast. Our minds are now on a time response trigger the fight or flight. Thinking am I going to be late? As the mind works fast to respond to being late for work. Not even late just yet, the over production of thoughts trigger act now. Mental truth the storage unit that has reserved and stored behavior or action to events. Fight or flight stored into – invisible energy. The action to respond is next. A little minor delay that – negative touch of energy. Nothing to intense, a small added stressor to the morning commute. Slow traffic, still arrive fifteen minutes early to work. The body breathes in relief, the mental truth – is still lingering to store the stressor. A mental technique the mind unconsciously stashes those moments. Later in the afternoon, a neighborhood kid breaks the car window with a baseball. Another unexpected act of event or situation. The emotion is triggered by energy, unconsciously still held from the morning commute. The response is positive or negative filter by the central nervous system.

An adjustment that alters the mood throughout the day. Physically and mentally the effects are still available. One may believe the situation is worry free. Or the unconscious belief the mind disconnected the issue. The body’s response that triggers the mental connection is the culprit. Response to behavior is everything. As the culprit is the problem that intensifies behavior or action. That moment of calmness or the moment of rage. Delay in traffic or baseball breaking the windshield? What other stressors might be stored away from previous events?

This I believe is invisible energy that triggers mental truth. The brain is made of many nerves and transmitters. The nerves snd response in cells form thoughts, emotions, actions and the automatic functions of your body. The different psychological neurons transmit signals through nerve cells. (nerve cells, or neurons, that make up the central nervous system) These neurons transmit and receive electrochemical signals that produce the automatic functions. Its quite a beautiful science to understand the power of the mind. One would argue the brain and mind are considered the same, yet by terms, possibly. The brain is the physical nature and the mind is the mental power. It is beyond creative, to understand, the power produced by mental transmitters containing over 100 billion neurons. That’s quite an impression on the mind. So to invision many transmitters that work together over a long life-span.. (team work of such beauty) That is a lovely remarkable example of patience. 😊 Beautiful credit that’s rewarded by the central nervous system.

The mental truth – invisible energy. As life events and situations pump out energy. Well that’s right, the body and mind filter the creation of energy. One’s body accepts or rejects the energy intake. How the nervous system responds is filtered by output. The response to action or behavior all by invisible energy. Impressive the work of mental truth. That energy is stored into the mind for future events. The response is either positive or negative behavior that produce the automatic response. Invisible energy that lingers from the road construction delay produce thecresonse to the broken window experience. That action or behavior inforced stored that enable the nervous system. The act by action or behavior. Quite a beautiful process that invisible energy – mental truth.

Something to think about: the next experience encountered by an unexpected situation. How does your automatic response system filter the energy? Is the action or behavior positive or negative energy? The response is triggered by previous stored events.. How much energy is due to this current experience? Or does the trigger respond to the stressors added up of a period of time? Or when another persons energy the action or behavior to negative energy response. Is that negative your fault? A slight trigger to the stored mental truth of invisible energy of stressors. Understand how to filter the response system to produce more positive energy results. After all, the invisible energy impacts both physical and mental health.

Mental truth an action or behavior can be influenced by positive energy. That influence of how the energy is filter depends on daily routine habits. The minds power to alter or change the energy received or sent. Think about the input; positive energy, it can filter/ over power, a negative energy produced. Producing more positive reproduction reducing the stress of negative energy. The physical and mental health team transmit energy at mass production, beautiful teamwork. 😊 Mental Truth – Invisible Energy – a powerful production process of the Mind. 😊

Until our beautiful minds meet again. Be safe out there, many blessings and much love. Remember, Everyday Minds Matter – Della 🦋

👁️ My Story My Version – 💫 Finding My Way – Caregiver

Where we land – a Foundation Forms

Oh! What a beautiful world we live in. The creation of humans, an honest act of intimate sexual behavior. The need to look around, isn’t necessary. The sexual act to reproduce is going strong. 😋 Though have you ever just got stumped and wondered- what if lives came with instructions, a blue print to our lives? The mystery to living would be pretty simple, boring, and overall faulty. Yes, I said faulty.😊 Nothing would be realistic to operate and function. Guidelines responsible for behavior, intelligence, growth, appearance would be the same. An most importantly, different is what makes the beautiful characters we have designed ourselves. The moment one takes that first breathe of life, everyday moment matters. By experience, environment, and one’s developmental growth, character begins to form one’s inner core – the foundation. Mental and physical health are priority to ones foundation that give us insight into adulthood.

Our instruction are clear as children that are unconsciously presented young. The core foundation had developed before our actual future was present.

A business – foundation who we are, what one becomes, The core purpose to life. We sell ourselves to the world everyday: the product. -“You”. Once you look back the whole process can be impressive. My foundation My Story My Version – Finding My Way.

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Finding My Way – Caregiver

My business became natural to my routine as a young girl. My neighbors were an older couple, Clyde and Evaline. An older model trailer renovated on my parents property. If they were here to tell the story, they enjoyed my company. Or I would of assumed for the most part.. I can only remember it being late 80’s. It was daily my brother and I would visit Clyde. As he would sit out back with Shep his Collie dog and piddle in his shed. Many things he taught us, or talked about his life. Kids being kids we would eat the cherry tomatoes from his garden. I would go in and talk with Evaline or help her do little chores. A quick friendship formed being that close to them on a regular basis.

One day my brother and I were outside playing, when we heard a loud explosion. Running to see what happend, the shed was on fire. Clyde’s pants were burnt off and he was standing by the shed.. I ran back home and got my uncle. Evaline called the fire department, as my uncle was trying to put out the fire. Clyde was disoriented, the pain on his face was heart felt. Evaline was scared with the shed built next to their mobile home trailer. Clyde explained the cause of the fire. Working on repairing a lawn mower, Clyde was trying to see if the spark plug had fire. A spark hit a gas can nearby causing the explosion. Once fire department arrived my uncle had smothered out most the fire. Clyde was livid as burns on his legs were 3rd degree, refusing to go for treatment. But after long negotiation, he was taken to the hospital. It seemed as he was away a long time for treatment. Once returning home, I would visit helping Evaline to treat the wounds. As a child it was such sight to see the burnt skin. The higher degree burn areas were freshly open wounds. Skin drafts from other areas of the body to aide healing. Wrapping and cleaning the burn wounds was a natural for me. I took pride in my ability to help Clyde in his recovery.

Unconscious act as a child, my learning and willingness – a core foundation – to being a natural born caregiver. Clyde had started to recover quickly, his ambition to get back in the shed was intense. Even with the wounds healing the process took quite sometime.. Evaline had days she seemed very unhappy. The relationship had some arguing regularly and ups and downs.

One day after school, I knocked on the door. Clyde said Evaline had fell hanging curtains. He said when she got home he would call and I could visit. A few days later a van showed up. Delivering a hospital bed, that was put in the living room. I knew Evaline was coming home soon I was very excited. Waiting for her to arrive, that day sitting on the porch. She gave me a hug and I had to know everything, for her best recovery.. That mid-day her daughter told me she fell broke her hip. Evaline did a lot of crying, her pain was very intense. Didn’t realize the medicine just never gave her much relief. She refused pain medicine at first, until. I told her it would help her as much as possible. To get up was impossible, so helping her on a bed pan wa normal but it surely put pain in her hip..

Caregiver become priority each day, after school. Positioning pillows, laundry, or help with other household chores, I was there. Helping her with therapy to mobilize WA fun and rewarding. Watching her take steps and being able to dress herself with little if my assistance. Just as her strength improved, she started using a walker, happiness covered my face.  Her recovery gave me joy since it took a lot of work.  Friendship had a special place deep in the heart. 

One afternoon after school; knocking on the door- no answer. The car was gone but she was always home. Something was different. Mom was outside as I walked down the driveway. Starting to cry, mom hugged me saying she will write or call. She went to live with her daughter in Indiana.  Her husband Clyde wasn’t home. They argued a lot so I didn’t understand that situation.

Unable to say good-bye, my heart broke, thinking my best friend didn’t say good-bye.  Days walking past the trailer, wondering if she thought of me. Being a young girl, I didn’t like the feeling of emotions, a smothering anxiety that just happens or just the sadness overall was uncomfortable. That day carried a weight–; good-bye’s hold so much emotion of love and friendship– bring tears to my eyes.  Clyde had moved away when I was in school, not long after Evaline moved.

Good-byes was hard to understand. We cry happy tears and painful tears connected to good-byes. Reunited visits with family or friends capture the heartfelt love of joy. And we all know the final days of life (death) good-bye’s, can’t be prepared for – create endless tears….

As a young girl, everything inside torn apart. Weak feeling, crying, and angry, wanting to be alone. What had happened? Kids aren’t suppose to be sad.  Every part of me, from the experience, hurt. Waiting for a letter or phone call from my friend. Mom and I had tried a few times, to contact her. The phone number she left– no answer.  Not a single letter in the mail.

To ease the pain, I wrote my friend many letters.  With no response, writing in a journal gave my heart relief. Over time, thinking about her well- being. In my world, I knew she lost my address and number, to me she lived forever somewhere.

A plan was created written in crayon, marker, sealed with stickers and pink nail polish. Written by a brown eyed, brown haired 7-year-old- just in case she forgot about me.

  Everyday Minds Matter – mental health and well-being set the path for everyone. Establish practice to focus, retention, and concentration; healthy habits to prevent obstacles in mental status.  Overcome mental health challenges faced that affect daily routine. 

Writing that filled notebooks, diaries, and scrap paper- focused on my future dream.

In little time, old man Clyde move away. To my surprise my mamaw- (fathers’ mom) moved in the trailer.  The void was filled. Not skipping a beat; my brother and I had mamaw to aggravate.  With no time to waste, enjoying my childhood– documented every step of the way. It was nice to spend time with mamaw. After all I was named after her and my mothers mom. – Della Louise – Mamaw was teaching me to crochet. I was about eight years old, so learning to make a baby blanket was exciting. She was teaching me how to fix mess ups, then one day after school. Knocking on the door as it was slightly open. Suddenly noticing it was very hot in there. Mamaw was in the kitchen, every burner – red hot. Nothing on the burners, which was freighting. Calling mom and dad I told them what was happening. Dad said my aunt and uncle from Florida were coming to visit. Mamaw wanted to cook for them, something wasn’t right . All four stovetop burners on high, potato peelings on the floor, and so hot in there. Dad came up told mamaw that she needed to go o the doctor. That evening my other aunt came to stay the night to help take care of mamaw, since my mom had pneumonia. Doctor visit that day indicated mamaw had several mini strokes. Then she had a stroke on the right side. Which effected the opposite side of the body and motor skills. I still remember she didnt have much or little feeling on her left side. At times she would smile, as her mouth and eye was effected. I was able to help her as much as possible. That night my aunt slept in th room with mamaw as it shared two beds. I slept on the couch an was woken by my dad on the phone talking.

It was about 2 am in the morning, my dad was standing in the doorway were my mamaw slept. I stood beside the dresser, when I seen my aunt seating on the bed with mamaws head on her lap. As she rubbed mamaws head talking to her. Dad told me to stay back, mamaw said let her here. Standing next to her and my aunt. My aunt put my hand with hers. Mamaw said ” no matter what I will always be with you, you carry my name”. She said “I love you.” My aunt was talking to her and when I walked away. She took her last breathe and passed. My dad had called mamaws sisters in Ohio to let her know of mamaw passing. Mary one the sisters answered the phone saying Georgia the other sister had been up but didnt feel well and went back to sleep. They would tell her after while since she hadn’t felt well. Mamaw passed about 3 am. Aunt Mary called back about 5 am – deciding to wake Georgia to let her know of mamaw passing. Only to discover Georgia had died in her sleep. Same day, a couple hours apart and not knowing of each others death.

As the world then had a reason for two sisters to pass the same day. With a higher power to have such occurrence for such to take place. From that day forward life had calling to care and love for those around you. Naturally as I grew older I had cared for others and watched as loved one passed. A moment that set life apart is that life is so precious. Having the blessing to be there every step of the hell of one’s final days. The good, the bad, and pain of loss and endless tears. Those moments are raw footage to living and experiencing life. Experience that root into our core to create the beautiful person we become. And with the finding my way as a caregiver. I can say by experience the days might be challenging. That’s okay! Because when life plays its role and those final days have come and gone. One thing I know for sure, the inner peace to love and grief hurt. But that hurt is a special blessing. That says im content with the experience. As it helps us grow and learn to accept death and the ability to grieve and be okay.. I hope that doesn’t sound bad. I guess once you have that understand through experience. One day it might give hope to those that are grieving. However, I will write on grieving and loss of loved ones in time.

Until our beautiful minds meet again. Be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter – Della 🦋

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The next My Story My Version soon to be coming.. May of 1987, celebrating my cousins first birthday. One step in the street- – Touched by An Angel. .stay toned for updates to come soon.

Until our minds meet again.. Be safe out there and remember Everyday Minds Matter – Della🦋

🌌Faulty Playground

– Broken Rules –

We build our own playground

Every chime of a clock, we fail to notice. Sunday church bells, no longer ring. Sunday family gatherings, to busy to host.. Reality is- Deep into technology, hearing mutter and mumble, forgotten what is said around us. Later reminded, the conversation was bleep and attention-span had gone to lunch.. A communication default that has grown into normal. Failing to remember and discard the acknowledgement of conversation… Crippled existance of our own awareness. Are we excused for no longer being available to communicate? Are we presented as invisible and untouched? A new world of creating our own rules as we go. Where boundaries have become disagreements due to miscommunication.

I know; cell phones are now priority, but damn it people- – social media does not have quality interest. In which pose as important priority over others. In my opinion, you can’t prioritize a post someone wrote, or video on youtube at high priority over; an in person conversation with your child, spouse or your boss. Yes, this is more common than noticed. Have you ever been in a restaurant and seen a parent on social media? The child doing a hand stand on the next table? Entertaining nearby occupants? Yes, maybe a little added humor, the point is everyone else see it but the responsible party. That responsible parent is those buried in a youtube video or tweeting “Eating with the kids at Hardee’s”. Added with an attached selfie – solo. My blood boils to my finger tips to express the ridiculous nature. Those words that mutter, to be heard- how hand-painting was the highlight of the day. The little voices need parental connection and contact. Big hugs and kisses.; listen to the needs, interact with their physical and mental character. … Children use all available senses to educate themselves to be an adult. Development is taught through their peers, environment, and depend on those resources. Seeking attention and admiration from all available sources. Later, the child is burning energy by flipping repeatedly through the wallway- as parents it annoying. Why because its become a distraction to your selfish nature. But it’s redirected to the childs fault. Yes it’s a young wild animal in a cage. Stuck in the house, closed in. Children are born ready to explore. – break shit, make messes, jump, flip, laugh, run, that’s their playground. A big world that screams come play.. Its our playground, to explore, create, learn, and build our home. Resources and supplies to burn good energy has faded. Playgrounds and parks are slowly being removed. Waterpatks, outdoor entertainment, has increased maintenance and up keep- are now closed.

We are all responsible for the mess, we have created. Let’s go ahead and blame covid-19, the perfect excuse used for past 2 years, now. Covid-19 has created a world of permanent social distancing. As humans, comfort is priority. Lacking structure, we refuse to except bitter truth and pain. Allowing our own habits, right or wrong to become normal. Buy here, pay later- – laugh with me as I say this next line; Clearly, we have built our lives around the similar nature. . not realizing – – We act now, Deal with it,- later. Think about your motives and desires. . . Our needs have become unstoppable. . . Our first reaction to unwanted noise – walk away.. If something doesn’t benefits our needs, we distance ourselves. Sadly, we have become selfish creatures, who refuse to tolerate- change or idifferences. Seeking benefits that forfill our desires and needs – right here, right now. Trying to outsource each other, instead of lending a hand. Finding pleasure in another one’s pain. Empathy, compassion, appreciation – continues to fall from the merri-go-round. If opportunity opens- some may even push one to enjoy, power of other’s failure. . . A self inflicted acceptance to our ego. I beat you to the top of the slide pushing the one in front to the side.. Later, to reach out to that same one for assistance, when we fall and we are face with needing help. Self-absorbed, no regret or remorse, no apology. Failure to accept wrong behavior- and be rewarded for being a jerk! It’s far from acceptance. Its not okay, to be okay hurting others. Conditioned that its okay, repeated over and over again. Then left to wonder why other’s act like they done something wrong. Forgotten behavior at our high on life moment. . And once again -Yes, we did. . our egos conditioned to filter only what we expect. Nothing more, – nothing less. . If something don’t work, we don’t fix it, – we get rid of it. Yes your next thought- right on target.

Relationships, just the same. We created and built wall barrier that fit our lifestyle. Barriers that allow us to dismiss uncomfortable situations or block pain. Forced to say no, when deep inside- ego determined to express emotion – “yes” falls out of our mouth. Anything that promotes us as great. To me, great is another phenomenon -presumption of what “should be”. My eyes have only seen the best in others because we have our own skills, talent, and problems. We are human.

When mouths drop words that can’t be be taken back or rewind- those words become problems. Over a course of time those words are defenses. Later to create a deeper wound that- builds a tension attitude. What? The sweetest individuals are hardened to speak the truth. The world has festered into “An Army of One”. Settling for not okay, and saying I’m okay!! Is not healthy; by any means. Our playground is overloaded, continuously spinning in all directions.

What we seek can not at times be found.  Trying to find a perfect partner can be unrealistic. Even though we may continue to hold hope.  Myth of love and life are imaginations of presumptions created by a screen writer. Over time- past relationships fail because our minds change as we mature. One’s thinking, behavior, needs, and desires change. If everything was the same; we would love each other for who we are, and who that other person is, through change. That process is not fool proof but it does involve hard work dedication and lots of creative overtime. Each of us have beautiful qualities and visions that we hope to forefill into completed dreams.

One’s goal may envision had played in the same sandbox as a child. Having the same morals and values of the potential life partner. Even jumping sandboxes to embrace difference that mesh by being balanced and open-minded. No matter how you play on the playground, its okay to socialize with new members. Its about how well you play with others, be yourself, but be honest and precise. Playground manners are important.

To help fix the corrupted playgrounds, we must fix ourselves. Be true to yourself, learn what you need and desires as a person. Be honest about who you are, false impression is rain on the day before the game. It can be disappointing to be at the top of the slide then the cracks surface. Scary situation when our hearts at risk.

Playgrounds have broken rules. We all been hurt so many times. That relationship merry-go-round is a cycle everyone has jumped from. Immune to the bitter grounds no one seems to want to play fair. Its afraid to be yourself or face the challenges- honestly. If we just allowed our truth to surface and be upfront- our playgrounds would be pretty awesome. After all why play where everyone knows your not a go fit in the sandbox? I would rather enjoy the company if open-minded guest vs. those who are experienced throwing sand in the eyes.

Until our minds meet again.. Be safe out there. Blessings and much love.. Remember Everyday Minds Matter🐿🦋

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📻Music Shrinks Anxiety, Depression And Even Obesity

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I can remember as a kid, a radio played in the kitchen morning til late evening. Frankly music had an impact on my mental health and mood. The background music benefits to concentrate and focus, was unconscious yet impressive results. Read more on ways music can benefit your life.

Music is a powerful tool in our lives. It can make us feel happy, sad, anxious and even remember certain moments in time. There are many benefits of listening to music and it has been shown that music decreases stress, anxiety, and depression which can help promote a positive mood.

The power of music

We all know that music has the power to soothe the soul. But did you know that it can also have a positive effect on your physical health? Studies have shown that music can help reduce anxiety, depression and even obesity.

So if you’re feeling stressed or down, put on your favorite tunes and let the music work its magic. And if you’re trying to lose weight, consider making music a part of your workout routine. It’ll make the time fly by and may even help you burn more calories.

Benefits of Music on Mood

It’s no secret that music can have a powerful effect on our mood. Uplifting tunes can boost our spirits and help us to feel more positive, while depressing songs can cause us to feel down and low. But did you know that music can also help to reduce anxiety, depression and even obesity?

Studies have shown that listening to music can help to lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol. This in turn can lead to reduced levels of anxiety and depression. In one study, patients who listened to music for just 30 minutes per day experienced a significant reduction in their symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Music can also help us to control our emotions. When we feel angry or stressed, listening to calming music can help us to relax and feel more in control. By reducing the level of cortisol in our bodies, music can also help us to reduce our appetite and lose weight.

So if you’re feeling anxious, depressed or even obese, don’t reach for the pills – reach for your iPod!

How to Deal with Stress

It’s no secret that music has the power to affect our moods. Uplifting tunes can boost our spirits and calm us down when we’re feeling stressed. But did you know that music can also help reduce anxiety, depression and even obesity?

A recent study found that listening to music for just 30 minutes a day can help shrink your anxiety levels by up to 21%. Other research has shown that music therapy can be an effective treatment for depression, with patients reporting lower levels of anxiety and stress after just eight weeks of treatment.

And if you’re trying to lose weight, don’t forget to add some music to your workout routine! Resources indicate people who listen to music while exercising burn more calories and enjoy their workouts more than those who don’t.

So next time you’re feeling stressed, anxious or down, reach for your favorite tunes and let the healing power of music work its magic!

Different types of music that can help

When it comes to music and its ability to help people, there are many different genres that can provide assistance. From classical to alternative rock, different types of music can have a positive impact on those struggling with anxiety, depression, and even obesity. While everyone may have their own personal favorite type of music, the following genres have all been shown to be effective in helping people:

  1. Classical Music: One of the most popular genres for its ability to help with focus and concentration, classical music has also been shown to be helpful in reducing anxiety and depression. Resources prove that patients who listen to classical music prior to surgery have less anxiety and pain afterwards.
  2. Jazz: Often thought of as happy and upbeat, jazz has also been found to be helpful in fighting depression. An interesting study, even found that jazz was more effective than medication in treating patients with mild-to-moderate depression.
  3. Pop: While some may find pop music to be too “happy”, the genre has actually been shown to be beneficial for those struggling with anxiety and depression. The positive and optimistic messages in pop songs can help boost mood and provide a much-needed distraction from negative thoughts.

There is no doubt that music has a powerful effect on the human mind and body. From reducing anxiety and depression to shrinking obesity, music can have a profound impact on our overall health. If you are struggling with any of these issues, we encourage you to give music a try. You might be surprised at just how much it can help.

We all know that music has the power to soothe the soul, but did you know that it can also have a positive impact on your physical health? From reducing anxiety and depression to even shrinking obesity, music is a powerful tool that should not be underestimated. If you are struggling with any of these issues, consider incorporating music into your life and see how it can help you achieve better health.

Until our minds meet again, be safe out there. Blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Mind’s Matter 🦋 🌼- Della 🦋

Memorial Day – May 30th – 2022

Remembrance 🦋

Thank you! Thank You! I’m not going to say Happy – Memorial Day.. I feel like its a backward insult. It’s not a happy day in reality. Reality is honored to have what we have for those who give their all for us. Yet the families who live the pain of lost loved ones who sacrafice life for us.

Our nation’s active duty soldiers, marines, airmen, sailors, and coastguardsmen give up many holidays they hold dear in order to serve our country in times of need. Memorial Day, Veterans Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day… For them it’s just another day at work. Through their service they save millions of lives, protect our freedom and way of life by giving us more time to spend with our family and most importantly we are able to live in a safe and secure place.

As we take the day for Memorial Day; thank about what it means to you. If your a military veteran or active duty military, (🇺🇸 thank you for your service), or your not a military duty; how does Memorial Day look like for you? As history is lived everyday, I am appreciative of the freedom military members continue to fight and give for our safety and freedom.

A moment of silence in honor those who lost their lives during active duty.
Today I will be silent. A day of silence to my fellow active duty and veteran’s that have sacrificed their lives in Sacrafice for their country. A moment of silence for those who have laid down their lives for the freedoms we enjoy today.

May the prayers reach the family and friends of those who lost loved ones.. May you find comfort one day in the sacrafice and honor for the bravery they gave. There is no words for grief or sacrafice. May the brave rest in peace and love and strength follow our soldiers every moment they take..

Until our minds meet again, be safe out there.. Blessings and much love.. Remember Everyday Mind’s Matter 🦋

✂ Mental Unemployment

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How to Overcome Mental Unemployment: A blog about overcoming mental unemployment and being a life hobbyist.

Have you ever felt like your brain is on autopilot? Like you’re just going through the motions of life, but you don’t feel like your mind is engaged? You’re not alone.

Mental unemployment is when your brain is in neutral and needs a jumpstart to get going again.

Do you feel like your brain is always foggy?

Are you constantly forgetting where you put things?

Do you seem to have amnesia when it comes to basic facts, like what day it is or what year we’re in?

Do you feel unmotivated and uninterested in life?

If any of these sound like you, then you may be suffering from a condition called “mental unemployment.”

It can be caused by stress, uncertainty, or lack of motivation. It’s also common if you’ve recently experienced a big change in your life—like getting a new job or moving to a new neighborhood—and need some time to adjust.

The good news is that mental unemployment isn’t permanent! All it takes is some time to refocus on what matters most to you and get back into the swing of things.

I once saw a man on the side of the street with a placard that said, “The Struggle is real, but so is hope.” I have no idea who he was or where he came from, but that quote stuck in my mind. We all have struggles, and sometimes they seem insurmountable. Yet we must remember that there are people out there who care and want to help. We cannot allow ourselves to fall into despair or self-pity. We must keep our chins up and continue to persevere in spite of our setbacks.

Mental unemployment is a state of mind that occurs when you feel like your life is not moving forward. You feel stuck in a rut, like you’re not doing anything with your time or talents. You feel like there’s nothing out there for you to pursue, even if it’s something you really want to do.

This can be caused by many things, including the fact that we live in a world where the economy is constantly shifting and changing, which means that we often have to change our mindsets along with it. We may also have trouble finding our own path or understanding what we really want out of life because it seems so overwhelming—there are so many options available!

But here’s the thing: You don’t have to drown yourself in stress and worry about what’s next for your career! Instead of stressing out over everything that might go wrong (or right), try focusing on what makes you happy in the moment.

You may already know what makes you happy; maybe it’s playing an outdoors sport, ( fishing, hiking, swimming, baseball, etc.,) or taking pictures or writing stories—whatever it is! If not, try thinking back on some interest you wanted to pursue, just never got started. Now could be that time to begin.. Participating in. A hobby or interest can relieve stress and give a productive achievement.

Moving forward, in-depth understanding to build mental employment. Some may not want to talk about the struggles they face. As change can be overwhelming and cause more added stress. We must learn:

What is mental unemployment?

Mental unemployment is when you are unemployed and not looking for a job. You’re enjoying life, but you feel like your mind is still in the workforce, and that you should be doing something productive.

Mental unemployment occurs when you feel like you’re wasting time and not contributing to society or yourself. You may have a lot of ideas for potential businesses or projects, but don’t know where to start or how to move forward with them.

What can I do about it?

One way to overcome mental unemployment is by becoming a life hobbyist. A life hobbyist is someone who does what they enjoy as a hobby, rather than as a job. This means that they don’t get paid for their work, but they do it because they love it! The benefit of this approach is that it allows you to pursue your passions without feeling guilty about being unproductive, because at least you’re doing something that makes you happy!

Acknowledge and accept that things have changed

This is the first step in taking control. It’s also not a passive one, because acceptance doesn’t mean giving up or not trying to change things. It just means acknowledging that your situation has changed and will continue to change, for better or for worse.

Acceptance is about accepting reality as it is right now, not how you’d like it to be—and there’s no shame in that! No matter what happens next, this isn’t going away overnight: We’re all humans with brains that need downtime every once in awhile. So why not make the best of it?

Express your feelings by talking to someone, writing about them, or even shouting them out loud on your own

When you’re feeling down, it can be hard to put your feelings into words. It’s even more difficult when you feel like everyone around you is doing just fine and has no idea what it’s like for you. The best thing to do when this happens is talk to someone about how you’re feeling—someone who will listen without judgment or advice. You could try talking to a family member or close friend, but if those people aren’t available. Talking about the situation will help reduce stress., it allows you to find a solution to the problem. That is simply talking it out loud. If no one is available, try recording your thoughts. Make a recording of your thoughts or situation. Listen to the recording as your helping a friend. Write down your plan of action to fix the situation. This will help improve your motivation which takes us to the next tip:

Keep Active

It’s important to keep your body in good shape, not just for its own sake but also because it can help you stay mentally healthy. Regular exercise has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression symptoms by increasing the amount of endorphins—the brain’s feel-good chemicals—in your bloodstream. And if you’re worried about being outside or around other people, then do some exercises that don’t require social interaction: there are plenty of videos online from which you can learn various exercises (like yoga or Pilates), or simply practice at home with a set of dumbbells or resistance bands.

If possible, try to get out into nature when you choose your activities: walking in parks is a great way to unwind while enjoying the outdoors and letting go of stressors thanks to its calming effect on the mind and body alike.. What could be any better than to do something that brings happiness?

Do something you enjoy every day

  • Don’t blame yourself for your unemployment. If you’re looking for work and haven’t found anything yet, it’s easy to start blaming yourself. You might think that if you just tried harder or worked longer hours then things would be different. And if only the economy was better…or if I had a better degree…but don’t do this! It won’t help anything and will probably make things worse. Remember:
  • Make a list of things you enjoy doing (and keep adding to it). Think about what activities bring you joy and write them down in one place so that they’re easy to find later on (this will be very helpful). What activities do you love doing? What do they have in common? Why do they make you happy?
  • Do one thing from the list every day. Even if it’s just sitting outside and watching people walk by, try something new once per week. If there are days when nothing on your list seems appealing or possible based on time constraints, then find ways around these obstacles so that at least some part of your list gets crossed off every day!
  • Lastly, when its easy to fall into the cycle of doom and depression. Its always there for a moment, that deepens the obstacle.. The next tip;

Be sensible about drinking alcohol

The idea that alcohol can make you feel better is a myth. It’s an old myth, but it’s still wrong. Alcohol is a depressant and has many negative side effects in the long run, including:

  • Problems with your sleep
  • Relationship problems like arguments and fights
  • Mental health issues such as depression or anxiety

Avoid drugs and smoking

Avoid drugs and smoking.

  • Smoking is bad for your health, and it’s also addictive.
  • Drugs are bad for you, and they’re addictive as well.

Instead of smoking or using drugs:

  • Get a job that you enjoy doing! This will help keep you busy while you’re unemployed (and it’ll be good for your mental health). Try new things like volunteering or taking up a hobby like knitting or playing board games with friends!

Eat a healthy diet

The first step in dealing with mentally unemployed is to make sure you are eating a healthy diet. A healthy diet is one that contains the right amount of nutrients and calories, helps you maintain a healthy weight, and doesn’t contain too many unhealthy ingredients.

It can be hard to tell whether your current diet is healthy or not—it may not seem like it’s enough for your body, but it could be too much if you aren’t active enough. The best way to find out what your specific needs are is by getting a nutritionist who can help guide you toward making changes that will improve both your energy levels and overall health.

In general terms, here are some guidelines:

Don’t run away from your problems; face them head-on

If you are suffering from mental unemployment, it’s important that you face your problems head on. Don’t run away and try to ignore them; instead, try to face them in a way that allows you to deal with them. If they’re too big, don’t be afraid of asking for help or letting someone else look at the problem with fresh eyes.

Plan for the future but don’t get too bogged down worrying about it

While it’s important to plan for the future, don’t get bogged down with worrying about what may or may not happen in the distant future. Worrying about something that hasn’t happened yet is a waste of mental and emotional energy. Instead, be optimistic about what could come next for you. You’ll feel better about yourself and your outlook on life if you focus on positive outcomes instead of negative ones.

Find ways to manage your stress and stay positive regardless of being unemployed

You’re in a tough place right now. The best way to get through it is by finding ways to manage your stress and stay positive regardless of being unemployed. How do you do that? You can try any number of things:

  • Find a job that you like, if possible. If it’s not possible, find another one
  • Find a job that you love, if possible—and maybe even get paid for it!
  • Find a job that will pay you a lot of money—or at least enough so that you won’t feel guilty about spending money on things like food and shelter.
  • Find a job that you can do at home instead of going into an office every day. This could also include helping people online as well as creating content for websites and blogs. Since the pandemic delivery and shopping jobs are available.. These can be fit for flexibility. Be your own boss can be rewarding. There are many ways to make money without having to go into an office every day—and there are plenty of jobs out there where the work itself takes place either remotely or in your own home anyway! Employment opportunities are available in different forms. So why not take advantage?

So much information provided here to move forward to mental employment. Try the tips to find what works for you. Your mental employment can change as the economy is unpredictable. Resources and tips in this blog can offer happiness. Nothing is guarenteed without hard work and commitment. These tips can be applied to those who are not able to be employed. Either by choice or medical reasons mental health habits can be adjusted for your situation or needs.

Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there. Blessings and much love. Remember, Everyday Mind’s Matter🦋

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🌳Behavior Triggered by Others Actions

When you see your behavior as a reaction to other people’s actions, it can help you handle the situation differently. This is because it shifts your focus away from trying to control their behavior, which you have no power over. Instead, take time to think about what they might be doing with their behavior and what this means for you.

It’s important to remember that even though we may not always have control over another person’s actions, we do always have control over our own responses and behaviors. If someone else makes a decision that affects us negatively (for example by leaving us without adequate notice), then we need to let go of any expectations that they should behave differently in the future so that we don’t continue feeling upset about it or blaming them for how we feel now or in the future.

Emotions

The next area of human behavior we examine is emotions. Emotions are the result of our thinking and experiences, but they can also be incredibly helpful in guiding us to make decisions that benefit us or others.

Emotions are a part of human behavior and can be positive or negative. They can help us make better decisions by helping us to see things from a different perspective and allow ourselves room for change as well as growth.

Thoughts, beliefs and assumptions

Your thoughts, beliefs and assumptions are the foundation for your behavior. You will want to be able to recognize when they are not helpful and change them so that you can be more effective in managing your behavior.

Some examples of a thought: “I’m going to lose my job.”

A belief: “If I get fired again it’s because I’m not good enough.”

An assumption: If I do not have a job then my family will suffer financially.

When we say something like “I am going to lose my job” we make an assumption based on what we think someone else might say if they were aware of our thoughts. We create this story about ourselves that often makes us feel powerless and out of control over the situation – which can lead us into feelings such as frustration or anger towards others (i.e., blaming).

Triggers behind your actions

Triggers are the reason behind your actions. They can be positive or negative.

The positive triggers are what pushes you to do things, such as when a friend asks you to go out to eat and you feel excited about it. The negative triggers are what makes you want to avoid doing things, such as when someone says they don’t want to hang out with you and it makes you feel sad or angry.

When identifying your triggers, ask yourself: “What led me here?” or “What was going through my mind at that time?” This will help determine what is causing these feelings so they can then be changed!

How can I change my trigger? If something happens that causes negative emotions in me (like feeling sad), maybe try talking about it with someone I trust instead of avoiding them like I usually do! That way we both get some support from the other person instead of just one person feeling bad about themselves because their plans have been cancelled due to their own behavior patterns!”

Commitment

Commitment is the spark that lights the fire of change. The more a person is committed to an outcome, the more likely he or she will achieve it. If you want to make significant changes in your life, you need to make a significant commitment along with it.

You can’t expect one small leap forward after another to have any lasting impact on your life; however, if you are going big or going home (or both), these small leaps will add up over time and transform into something much bigger than they seem at first glance.

This applies not only to behavioral changes but also new habits as well—if you want your new habit of flossing every night at bedtime become ingrained in your routine (and ultimately part of who you are), then it’s time for some serious commitment action!

Commitments come in all sizes: some are smaller commitments like “I’m going go running tomorrow morning,” while others are larger commitments such as “I will lose 20 pounds by my 30th birthday.”

To change your behavior you must first understand it better.

The first step to changing your behavior is to understand it better. You must understand that behavior is a response to a trigger. It is not something that happens randomly or without reason, but rather it occurs because of some sort of stimulus in your environment or life. The second thing you must know before changing your behavior is that all positive changes start with motivation and commitment. If you are not willing to commit yourself fully and completely then nothing will ever change in any way shape or form!

Behavior and action, have thought us the triggers are caused by emotions, actions, and behavior. To make change its important to understand the reason of behavior. The more we understand the cause of behavior, known as the triggers, we are able to respond differently. Emotions can result to behaviors to others actions. Knowing how to stop poor behavior will reduce emotional response. Be committed to understanding triggers, so you can manage behavior and actions. Allowing the natural abilities to help reduce unpredictable actions..

Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember, Everyday Mind’s Matter 🦋

3 Tips to Deal with Bipolar 🎭

Dealing with bipolor is tough. Whether you’re the person with bipolar disorder or the one who cares about them, it’s important to remember that you are not alone.

The first step in dealing with bipolor is learning as much as possible about what it means to live with this condition.

Next, you need to develop a plan for how to handle situations when your loved one is experiencing an episode of mania or depression. It’s important to understand that these episodes can be unpredictable, and that some days are better than others. It will help if you both agree on some common ground rules for how you’ll act during these times. For example: If my loved one is manic, I will try not to complain about their mood swings; if my loved one is depressed, I will try not to get frustrated by their lack of motivation. We can also talk about what kind of support I can offer—maybe helping around the house or taking them out for lunch?

It can be tough to deal with bipolar disorder, but it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Here are a few tips on how to deal with bipolar episodes, mania, and depression:

1. Seek professional help. If you’re experiencing an episode of mania or depression, it’s important to seek professional help. A qualified mental health professional can help you manage your symptoms and get your life back on track.

2. Make healthy lifestyle choices. Eating a healthy diet and getting enough exercise can help boost your mood and improve your overall mental health.

3. Connect with others who understand what you’re going through. There are many support groups and online communities for people with bipolar disorder. connecting with others who understand what you’re going through can be helpful in managing your condition.

Trying to stay positive can help triggers from occurring. However, when situations are life threating seek professional help as soon as possible.. Staying positive is challenging. Although bipolar disorder can be challenging, it’s important to stay positive and keep looking for silver linings wherever possible. With the right support, you can manage bipolar disorder and live a full and happy life once again.

Don’t be afraid or shamed of your challenging times. You are not alone resources and support teams are available 24/7. Learning to manage your triggers can help understand your depression and manic bi-polar episodes. Be open to available support who understand your needs. You will be happy once again.

Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember- Everyday Minds Matter 🌸

👫 Time, Relationships And “You”

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Now is the time to talk about relationships. The time spent to balance life and yourself can be challenging. Given daily routine, stress and life events can effect time put in a relationship. How we manage our time to balance relationships is important. Today, time management is our starting point to establish healthy relationships. Let’s get started…

The goal here is to find positive balance in relationships.

Some of us were given quality time with our partners, family, friends, or live in etc. during the covid-19 shutdown?. How was spending more time with another person nearly 24 hours a day? For days in and weeks in at a time? Did you welcome the time spent? Or did you spend time alone? How does your relationship make you feel? How you feel about each other, talk about the conflict between you, and ask what you can do next week to make your partner feel loved. If you or your partner notice a change in the way you express your love and desire to spend time together, it may be time to consider whether your relationship is happy or not. 

If you want a healthy relationship, you need to learn to recognize the signs that you need to spend more time together. Having quality time with your partner is the best way to keep your relationship healthy and strong. In fact, one of the most common reasons relationships fail is because couples don’t spend enough time together.

Every couple needs to spend time together for the relationship to grow and develop. The more you improve the quality of your time together, the more your relationship will grow, even if you don’t spend as much time together as you would like. When spending time together, it is important to find the perfect time balance that will benefit your particular relationships. Communicate regularly, create new plans together, learn hobby together. Adding fun time help balance the enjoyment of the relationship.

If you spend time together regularly, there are many different signs that your relationship will last. Here’s what to look out for. In the early stages of a relationship, you can’t always spend as much time with your partner as you want, so you need to make the most of the time you have. The point is, if being in love feels good when you spend time together, then you need to make time for the relationships in you life. Quality time should feel satisfying. You want extended time with a person or person’s. The time will form a connection to want more stimulation. This forms a bond or level of comfort to stay connected. Of course over time, more time spent you learn more about a person. Time is important to the quality in a relationship.

Sometimes it’s hard to tell when you’re not spending enough time in a relationship. It could be that time is running out for the relationship. One partner wants to learn and develop further, while the other is at a point in their life when they are tired of change. One of the most common complaints between couples is that their partner doesn’t invest enough time in the relationship. Over time the relationship becomes completely one-sided.    When the relationship offers stress, discomfort, and forced the relationship is unhealthy. Unhealthy relationships are unfit with time or no time spent together. The relationship will take time to end, if not ended sooner.

Being in a relationship doesn’t have to take up all of your time. Even the healthiest relationships have communication breaks. When you make time for yourself, be sure to communicate you need time for yourself. Let your partner understand it’s not because of relationship problems.  It can be a positive benefit to take a breathe of fresh air. Have time to yourself to regroup and recharge. Healthy relationships support each other when free time or me time is needed. Allowing your thoughts to realign with your needs and wants. A peace of mind to miss the other person or relationship.   

If you want to prioritize your relationship, you need to start making time for your partner. It’s easy to have a healthy relationship if you make it priority to spend time together.

I am interested to know what the time problem looks like in your relationship. Time in a relationship can be seen as a personal sense of whether now is the right time to be intimate and involved with someone. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms in a relationship, know that quality time spent together can reverse the negative effects of the above symptoms.  The pandemic has negative effects on relationship causing divorce rate to increase. If quality time helps a relationship, how does to much time spent together, effect the relationship?

Feel free to comment and share your experience. Until our minds Meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember, Everyday Mind’s Matter 🌸

🎭Mental Health Challenges🎭

Be Priority

Hello and welcome🌼 Thank you for visiting Everyday Mind’s Matter. We all face mental health obstacles. Today and forward it’s okay to not be okay. Never feel ashamed or alone for mental health help. Many resources are available. Mental health is crucial to a stable health life. As inflation now controls finances, employment, daycare, grocery shopping, transportation, and housing needs mental health challenges rise. Stress and anxiety increase daily as our world is unpredictable.. We fear the unknown since covid-19 , a year of social distancing & world shutdown / lockdown – an unforgettable experience.

No one wanted to be unemployed, or homeless, as a new world evolved.- Communicating and interacting with others We all adjusted our routine to be safe. Adapting to a new world, that has challenged our well-being daily. We don’t wake up and say, “I think, I will skip coffee, have brain fog, and anxiety with depression today”.

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health disorders that includes generalized anxiety disorders, social phobias, specific phobias (eg, agoraphobia and claustrophobia), panic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-stress stress disorder, traumatic. Untreated anxiety disorders can lead to a significant deterioration in people’s daily lives. Some common mental health issues are anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance use, and trauma. Signs of fatigue, social isolation, or mood swings may indicate a developing mental health problem, such as depression or a substance use disorder. As before the COVID-19 pandemic, adults with poor general health (which may reflect physical and mental health) continue to report higher rates of anxiety and/or depression than adults with generally good health. The likelihood of having comorbid mental disorders may be heightened by their vulnerability to severe illness caused by the coronavirus. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, some populations are at greater risk of worsening mental health and may struggle to get the care they need. A major challenge in integrating care for central nervous system disorders with other chronic disease treatments. Despite the growing burden of central nervous system diseases worldwide and affecting people often do not have access to mental health care in upper, middle and low-income countries. To address this issue, the Great Challenges in Global Mental Health initiative has set priorities for research over the next 10 years that will impact the lives of people living with disorders of the central nervous system. Even incremental gains in addressing serious global mental health problems could result in significant economic benefits and improvements in quality of life, including a reduction in the misuse of health services and increased productivity in the coming years, far outweighing the long-term investment costs. Mental disorder care should be integrated into primary health care and other priority global health plans. With proper care and treatment, people can learn to cope with mental illness or mental health problems and, in many cases, recover. With proper care and treatment, many teens with mental health or substance abuse problems can recover. A mental illness or mental health problem is something that causes mild or severe disturbances in thinking and/or behavior resulting in an inability to successfully cope with normal life demands and routines. Mental illness is a general term for a group of illnesses that may include symptoms that affect a person’s thinking, perception, mood, or behavior.

Adolescents with mental health problems themselves are particularly vulnerable to social exclusion, discrimination, stigmatization (which affects their willingness to seek help), learning difficulties, risky behaviour, poor physical health and human rights violations. The well-being of the most vulnerable users of the health care system, for whom symptoms of mental or somatic disorders lead to permanent disability, can be a sensitive indicator of the need of society for comprehensive care. A mental health issue left unaddressed can become a bigger issue that also affects physical health: think about how substance use and changes in sleep and eating habits affect the body and mind. In addition to depression or anxiety, adolescents with emotional disorders may also experience excessive irritability, frustration, or anger. Most mental illnesses are treatable, and effective treatments are available. Most mental illness cases are preventable. However, mental disorders are associated with high economic costs, as they cause major economic losses due to lost work productivity, increased.

Take care of yourself. When you feel somethings not right, it most likely isn’t. It’s okay to reach out for help and use resources.. Make mental health a priority so future issues can be avoided. Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Mind’s Matter 🌸