It seems the summer ended almost overnight, and suddenly we are well on our way to warm winter nights, cosy fires and foggy Autumn mornings.
At this time of year it is important to stay in touch with how we are feeling and with any shift in mood or form, as the nights become longer and days become darker. A great way to stay in touch with our feelings and to monitor our mood is by using a mood diary, or keeping a journal. Brief annotations throughout the day or week describing how you feel a particular times will help with staying on top of mood swings and, more importantly, help us figure out what times of the day or week we are most vulnerable to feeling low, and cut it off at the pass.
There are some very simple habits to form that can help empower us to take control of our moods.
* Getting ahead of the downward slump/keeping a mood diary.
* Getting out and about during daylight hours.
* Eating regular, healthy meals.
* Staying in contact with others.
* Keep your mind challenged, reading, classes, crafts or hobbies.
If you feel that oncoming winter is dragging you down feel free to call me on 087 7097477 and we’ll can work on exploring your perspective so that you can look forward to crisp cold walks and open cosy fires, and generally enjoying the winter season instead of dreading it.
You can phone on 087 7097477 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org