There is no one-size-fit-all solution for Depression or Anxiety. You are not alone and there are alternatives to therapy.
Have you considered these strategies for reducing your depression and anxiety?
We didn’t realize when we started our organizing business how much we would discover about the link between the stuff we keep and our mental health. The truth is, 75% of our clients admit that they are currently experiencing anxiety, depression, or both. The overwhelm is so prevalent in their lives that many say they are in survival mode.
Does this sound like you?
There is good news.
We have witnessed hundreds of our clients make big, positive improvements to their own health when they applied the following strategies. These strategies are life long investments in your health and the health of your family.
5 Alternatives to Therapy:
- Self Care
- Goal Setting
- 7 Key Ingredients For An Extraordinary Life
Decluttering is not the same as Organizing. It also represents the stage in which most people start to struggle. Decluttering is about letting go of what is no longer important and deciding on what to keep. Dive into a deeper explanation of this process here.
Don’t confuse Organization with Decluttering, they are two very different things. Organization is the “fun” part of getting to your ideal space. You can learn more about this process here.
Get started by creating your own Self Care list. This is an affordable alternative to therapy that is guaranteed to help make you aware of what makes you happy.
Read the blog and download your free Self Care template.
There are many ways to get started with setting goals that matter to you. Often times people have told us that this is a very difficult exercise to complete, so we created a video exercise to help you to start getting your ideas out of your head. Try out our exercise that will help Declutter your busy mind.
7 Key Ingredients For An Extraordinary Life
We are so passionate about this idea that we have written an entire book on the topic. To save you time you can get a quick overview of the idea by following this link.
Start sharing with someone you trust.
It’s time to end the stigma attached with admitting that you are not feeling well. We believe in your ability to get better and that starts with talking.
Discover and explore the people that surround you whom you trust. They could be a friend, family, partner, medical professional, co-worker, teammate, online relationship, or other.
If you open yourself up to sharing, know that not all whom you trust may understand what you tell them. Don’t take this personally and seek to find someone who is a good listener and can listen without judgement.
Find the Tools You Need to Feel Better!
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