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Eryka shares her experience with an eating disorder and in particular, anorexia – a personal story. We hope this story will help you if you know someone with anorexia.
The more I learn and experience Mindfulness the more I see that rushing calmly is possible. I have felt it and tried to maintain it best I can so my world doesn’t feel rushed and that I am missing out on ‘life’.
You know those days or moments when ‘just breathe’ doesn’t do anything, it actually doesn’t cut it, you feel somewhat worse, more irritable and the situation feels at a complete loss.
Life as we know can get busy, which can result in feelings of stress, overwhelm, and dis-ease. What I am hearing quite a bit in and out of my workspace is that of lacking motivation, procrastinating, and just not being enthused by much.