I’m home now after being hospitalized for several months, first for brown recluse spider bite (that I’m in physical therapy for now consequently to learn how to use my left leg most effectively) and continuing treatment and chemotherapy for acute leukemia. The leukemia may not have been discovered (as I wasn’t feeling sick yet) if … More Resilience
When we practice patience and stay determined as we work toward our goals, we work towards bypassing overwhelm (one definition of stress) or being discouraged. Our progress may be slower than we prefer, but consistency in our efforts is what will make the greatest difference to our eventual success. Maintaining a patient, determined mind-set will … More Patience, Perseverance & Persistence!
When: Thursday May 21, 2020 7pm – 8pm (EST)When: Thursday May 28, 2020 7pm – 8pm (EST)When: Thursday June 4, 2020 7pm – 8pm (EST)Location: Zoom Online Meeting Event Cost: $30 for 3 session series *Each participant receives myEFT ebook: Gain Clarity & Confidence with EFT. (*PDF is sent with recording after event). EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) and Guided Visualization-Relaxation with … More Reduce Stress, Release Frustration and Address Chaos! An in-Depth Training Session with Eileen Lichtenstein
A Special Offer for June! Pay what you want for one online session!Complimentary Consult: 516.623.4353Contact Eileen Now Virtual Office Hours during Coronavirus recovery time.We have an opportunity of time now, to reset our lives and be more present and grateful as we settle into the current new normal of social distancing, being at home with our … More A Special Offer for June!
The power of perspective and positive thinking, according to research, may be even more than we thought! Dr. Judith Moskowitz, professor of medical social sciences at Northwestern University, worked on a study to help people relieve and combat stress by using eight methods: Here’s a quick summary of the eight techniques used in Moskowitz’ study: … More The Power of Perspective & Positive Thinking to Create Resilience and BP freebies!
Less stress for the Holidays has a “mantra”: “keep it simple”. Especially with recent research showing women under 50 are most affected by holiday-related anxiety, with the two leading causes being family or financial related. Try lowering you stress levels with these simple strategies: Exercise Remove yourself temporarily from what is causing anxiety Take a … More Keeping it Simple!
Less Stress for the Holidays, Managing Time Focusing to Attain Your Goals have been well received topics in my workshop venues. I’ve come to the personal-professional conclusion that what all participants relate to for an easier season is keeping things simple. I’m an advocate of this philosophy year round- and I think we all go through phases and … More Do you want LESS STRESS for the HOLIDAYS?
**Spend some time everyday in green spaces. Research shows 20 minutes in nature can lower stress hormones! Get the whole family outside with a walk, hike or bike ride. **Practicing Mindfulness for 2 weeks can rewire the way your brain reacts to stress. Studies have found that after doing mindfulness exercises like meditation and deep … More Rewire Your Brain – and Your Child’s!
Resilience defined in Webster’s New World Dictionary © 1982: 1. “springing back into shape, position, etc. after being stretched, bent or compressed.” 2. “recovering strength, spirits, etc. quickly.” Being resilient in body, mind and spirit is key to being happy and successful in all areas of life. Emotionally, it’s the opposite of being “stuck in … More The Resilience Factor
Do you have enough fun and play? I’m not talking about electronic games- or sex. When you play tennis, golf, scrabble, bike, walk, ball, surf are you having fun? In “the zone”? Are you smiling and laughing along with laser focus or perhaps no thoughts at all? Give yourself permission to have fun. It’s healthy, … More Do You Have Enough Fun?