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Operating as usual
"we don't regret the past nor wish to shut the door on it" ... But we do come to know "a new piece and a new happiness" ... We don't live in the past, we create our new joy and our new freedoms by living in the moment, what we are thinking in the present, creates our new world, simple!
When we focus on our own well being, our resilience naturally follows
This year's common cold is hanging on like I've never seen before. It comes with a cough that just doesn't quit. After coming home from vacation I started a drop of peppermint and a drop of tea tree oil at the nape of my neck, took that cough away in less than a week. Alternative and complementary therapies sometimes are the best answer, and all I use, we rely too much on prescription medications.
If you have a primary care physician, whether holistic or traditional western care, it's always best to check with the safety of essential oils for your personal care, everyone responds differently to different therapies. But I highly recommend giving this some thought.
As we slow down our minds and get a better balance between our mind, body, and spirit, we can better get in touch with ideas, insights, or messages that guid and uplift us. Practice increasing the balance between the use of your mind, the care of your body, and the nourishment of your spirit.. Balance!
A little Steve Hardison wisdom, for the soul! - directly from "The Ultimate Coach".
Our world is created by what we say to ourselves (our thoughts), what we say to others (our speaking), the things we write, and the things we do.
People say things all the time to us. How much power it has is completely up to us. Many people let in what is crippling and keep out what is empowering. The world is not a fixed reality, seen by everyone the same way. What we experience is personal, not universal.
Every single behavior we take is based on how we see the world. Serenity comes from being at peace with what is, and eliminating the lie that "this should be different".
I love that he encourages "a document" - to reinforce the deliberately chosen, powerful way of being we design for ourselves every day. A list of declarations or our "I" statements, it embraces the noblest essence of who we are.
He encourages us to speak our documents loudly, frequently and boldly. I start my day with it to create my reality and what I think about and what I talk about each day. Sometimes I lose this, but with faith, I always find my way home.
Paraphrase and quoted from "Steve Hardison - from The Ultimate Coach, by Amy Hardison and Alan D. Thompson"
Simplicity with no expectations ❤️
We never know how, or when life will change ❤️
Be open and ready!
At Whole Health Whole Being ... my mission is helping you to make real and lasting change in your life, to set and pursue meaningful outcomes. I help set actionable and achievable goals, to provide stability and continuity, that support you, and keep you on track
Try shifting your vision ... try coming from a place of wonderment and excitement, instead of fear of the unknown. See how that fits into your world, and how your whole world shifts.
The more we dwell on the positive side of life, the more hope becomes a beacon, attracting positivity into our lives and guiding us to a steadfast and more contented way of life ....
-- Syd Banks --
That's why they call the present a gift. 🎁
Happy Monday, oh wait, it’s Thursday, thank goodness for two day weeks☺️🤡
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Making amends for our harms done, is not saying “I’m sorry”. It is changing our ways so that we don’t continue to create harm, to ourselves or others, being humble and committed to a new way of life. It is innate, heartful, and deeply meaningful. Not all relationships can be mended, but the release of regret, shame and guilt, can help the alcoholic live a free life, only if true humility is the core !!
Alcohol ... cunning, baffling, powerful!!!! The most important times to stay on top of your program, is when you have a good program, and things get challenging. In the blink of an eye, drop your guard for one second, and life changes.
People who are arrested by addiction challenges, get overwhelmed very quickly, let their thoughts carry them into a future that hasn't happened yet, and aren't real. Then the history creeps in, again only through thought, which mentally can validate fears about the future. The result is living in a world of non reality.
Stay in this moment, we don't have to respond to those thoughts, they are just that ... thought! If they aren't true and real 100% of the time, then they aren't true and real. BE exactly who you are and need/want to be in THIS moment. Don't react, do the next indicated thing, reach out to your support system, work your program, call your sponsor, pull out whatever tools you have in your arsenal into your BEing and present !
Remember that staying in the moment takes focus, it means not letting your thoughts hold you hostage, and that means you get to stay clean, sober, present, healthy and human. Our entire existence is just thought, none of it is real, unless we choose to make it real.
Stay well and healthy, clean and sober !!!!!
There's nothing like the voice of experience to help with being an educator and guidance coach. What I am learning from my recent experiences, is never give up, try any possibilities that you are comfortable with ... we never know where answers might lie, we are all unique. More importantly, our mindset is of utmost importance, we don't have to respond to every single thought we have, if we follow our inner guidance, and our heart, the answers will not only come to us, but they will bring many unexpected gifts. Never say never, and NEVER give up.
The basics ❤️🙏
As care givers, one more time, women, nurses, spouses, daughters, sons, men, aunts, uncles, friends, nieces, nephews ... whatever your role ... you cannot take care of anyone, unless you take care of yourself first, and that is not negotiable in any way, shape or form. It is not something to be ashamed of, or fearful of, it is just what needs to happen.
The next time you plan your day, or look in the mirror first thing in the morning, ask yourself, "Are my needs BEING met in order to BE the healthy happy BEING I need to BE, in order to BE well in this world?" The rest ... will take care of itself ... promise !!!
Remember ... Whole Health equals Whole BEING !!!!
This ... ❤️ Our thoughts create our reality and our belief that something other than thought can fix our pain ...
We are witnessing history in so many ways, pandemics, changing health care systems, nurses standing up for their rights and pushing the envelope on self care. We recently experienced one of our own moving through the process of a medication error. We have all made errors, or will at some point in our career. We need to learn that rushing and conforming to expectations has no greater impact than the outcomes we bring upon ourselves. That being said, we need to rise above our first passion of caring for patients to protect our own lives, careers, and our profession. I encourage all nurses during their care shifts, to take a step back, look at the results of their behavior if they make any one move, slow down, and consider that if we don't get it right, we won't be there at all to do what we love ... care for others. Hold your managers accountable for their expectations, follow your gut, don't put yourselves, or your patients lives on the line to conform to corporation expectations.
How do you care for yourself during a busy and demanding shift? What do you do when you get home, how do you prepare for taking on that next challenge? Please share, we can all learn from each other.
Research suggests that alcohol consumption and related harms increased during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Studies reported increases in drinking to cope with stress,1 transplants for alcohol-associated liver disease,2 and emergency department visits for alcohol withdrawal.3 We examined mortality data to assess whether alcohol-related deaths increased during the pandemic as well.
Before you read these stats, please be aware ...
Our nurses, and all medical personnel are in particularly stressful situations at this time in history. Even with the best of life, spiritual and coping skills, maintaining sanity has been a tall order during these last two years. It has become a struggle for everyone, I would like to reach out and help medical staffing people who are struggling with substance escape, use, misuse, addiction, whatever you'd like to label it.
We need to develop our resilience and move forward, this is either an opportunity for our health care system to implode, or for those of us in it, to impact enormous change. We can make Florence Nightingale's vision resurface and become reality. 150 years ago, Florence predicted a vast change in healthcare and nursing, in comes COVID-19 in 2020, that was 150 years. Our opportunity is now to be the best we can be, and support each other to stop the abandonment of this profession for the sake of sanity and survival. With resilience, we can do that ! We all need to remember why we chose this profession, and continue to fight for what we believe in.
Following is a "little food for thought", and data on how our pandemic and social changes are affecting those with substance reliance issues. If you know of anyone struggling during these times, please, send them my way! I'm going to be starting a group for supporting nurses and substance reliance, for nurses, and anyone who needs help, here in the Treasure Valley (and anywhere else for that matter). This will be based on the Principles of Mind Consciousness and Thought, first articulated by Sydney Banks.
The number of deaths with an underlying cause of alcohol-associated liver diseases increased from 24 106 to 29 504 (22.4%) and the number of deaths with an underlying cause of alcohol-related mental and behavioral disorders increased from 11 261 to 15 211 (35.1%). Opioid overdose deaths involving alcohol as a contributing cause increased from 8503 to 11 969 (40.8%). Deaths in which alcohol contributed to overdoses specifically on synthetic opioids other than methadone (eg, fentanyl) increased from 6302 to 10 032 (59.2%).
During 2020, a total of 2042 death certificates listed alcohol and COVID-19 as causes (1475 listed COVID-19 as the underlying cause, 323 listed alcohol as the underlying cause). As such, only a small proportion of the increase in alcohol-related deaths involved COVID-19 directly.
US mortality data from the National Center for Health Statistics were used to compare numbers and rates of alcohol-related and all-cause deaths among all individuals 16 years or older in 2019 and 2020. Provisional data for the first half of 2021 (as of January 2022) were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research. The National Institutes of Health Office of Intramural Research deemed the project exempt from institutional review board oversight.
Death certificates list an underlying cause and up to 20 multiple (contributing) causes. Deaths were identified as alcohol-related if an alcohol-induced cause was listed as an underlying or contributing cause (Supplement).4 Age-adjusted rates were calculated using the 2000 US Standard Population. For age groups, age-specific rates were presented instead. Comparisons between rates in 2019 and 2020 overall and by age group and s*x were conducted with SAS, version 9.4 (TS Level 1M3) using 2-tailed z tests with an α level of .05.
The number of deaths involving alcohol increased between 2019 and 2020 (from 78 927 to 99 017 [relative change, 25.5%]), as did the age-adjusted rate (from 27.3 to 34.4 per 100 000 [relative change, 25.9%]) (Table). Comparatively, deaths from all causes had smaller relative increases in number (from 2 823 460 to 3 353 547 [18.8%]) and rate (from 938.3 to 1094.3 per 100 000 [16.6%]). Alcohol-related deaths accounted for 2.8% of all deaths in 2019 and 3.0% in 2020.
The Figure presents the number of alcohol-related deaths in 2019 and 2020 by month, with provisional data included for the first 6 months of 2021.
Rates increased for all age groups, with the largest increases occurring for people aged 35 to 44 years (from 22.9 to 32.0 per 100 000 [39.7%]) and 25 to 34 years (from 11.8 to 16.1 per 100 000 [37.0%]). Increases in rates were similar for females (from 13.7 to 17.5 per 100 000 [27.3%]) and males (from 42.1 to 52.6 per 100 000 [25.1%]) (Table).
Corresponding Author: Aaron White, PhD, Office of the Director, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institutes of Health, 6700B Rockledge Dr, Bethesda, MD 20852 ([email protected]).
Author Contributions: Dr White had full access to all of the data in the study and takes responsibility for the integrity of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis.
Be well and safe and sober !!
1-25-22 Building Resilience during Loss, Trauma, or Grief--Monthly Chapter Meeting
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1-25-22 Building Resilience during Loss, Trauma, or Grief--Monthly Chapter Meeting Isabel Bruce and Sandra Thomas guide us through ways to not only survive, but to thrive in experiences of Loss, Trauma or Grief. Isabel Bruce, RN, BSN, NC-BC I am an RN, BSN, NC-BC, through the...
Living is Believing ...
Sometimes when you're prepping for something that feels bigger than life, fear on your shirt tails, lost in change beyond what you could have imagined, you come across these little treasures that remind you of where you came from ... hence enlightening you, to where you can go, and giving you strength.
Came across a little card with this little nugget on it, and a pictures of the parliament building in Ottawa Ontario Canada. The card had a little angel pin on it, my parents once sent to me, and it read:
This 'thoughtful' little Angel holds aloft, its flag with pride, To be part of such a great country, diverse in many wonder ways -- Rugged mountains, river valleys, blue skies, and peaceful plains! And with two magnificent shining seas on either side. It's home to a rare and special breed ... Canadian eh!
I've been blessed to have lived in three countries, Scotland born, Canada raised and a U.S citizen. I can thank my parents for teaching me to always look at what you want and go for it (They tried to talk me out of a few, but hey ). I've been in the same house for 27 years, I have felt 'stuck' for a long time, and for many reasons, this year that has to change, and I'm finally ready.
This little nugget is going in my wallet, it's going to remind me of my roots, it's going to remind me that life is only ever what I make of it, and I will be perfectly safe going forward, because I'm never any safer than I am in this moment, and .... because I have been, every time I've done it !!
Living life, on life's terms, one day at a time ... is all we ever have!
Enjoy it, explore it, cherish it, and then do it again !!!
What does your heart yearn for? What is your passion? What is your "WHY"? ... explore it ... find it ... live it !!
Yesterday, a friend told me that he had been to an AA meeting, felt "out of his league and kind of sorry he went". When I asked him to share why he felt that way, this is what his perspective was.
A man at the meeting was suicidal, had the courage to share that with the group. My friend said, he didn't know what to say, and felt unable to "offer anything". He did tell the man suffering that he had experienced that low himself, felt his pain, and just stayed with him, as all the other men did after the meeting. One gentleman even encouraged this man in pain to go home with him, spend the night and he would help to keep him safe.
That was a perfect response. Alcohol is but a symptom, of something deeper, different, unaddressed. Knowing that you are not alone, crazy, and losing your mind for having those feelings is literally life saving, and life changing. I reassured my friend that he did more than most in the non recovery world would or would be able to do, and that what he did, is what we do, in the recovery world. He felt because he was new in recovery, he didn't know what he was supposed to do. I reassured him that his recovery was perfect, and because of his recovery, he was able to offer himself to another human being in complete compassion and empathy, that's a beautiful thing.
Words are nice, can be comforting and reassuring, but they can also be lost very quickly in the pain of what someone is experiencing in that moment. Our thoughts create our reality, and when that 'stinking thinking' takes hold, it's difficult to stay aware, that it is NOT our reality, we have the power to change our response to those thoughts. Staying with someone, letting them be present in silence, reassuring them they are not alone, sharing your own pain, and the fact that you made it through, is enormous.
If you know someone is suffering, in pain, suicidal, just having a bad day, sh*tty hour, whatever ... just sit with them, offer them a hand, a coffee, your silence to listen from the heart, a walk, a glance of knowing, a hug if they are receptive, just don't leave them alone in their darkness, and you will have provided the best possible comfort, care and compassion that anyone ever could.
Happy New Year, however you celebrate, do it safely and with love.
Today was an interesting day! In the midst of being an Infection control nurse, and Nurse Coach, in the middle of a pandemic, it's very easy to lose sight of what's kind and good in the world. We are all experiencing history at this time, we can't get lost in the darkness of it, there's lessons to be learned. Maybe it will be just to help us realize we need to be a little kinder to each other, on many levels we are all in this together. I worked from home this afternoon, after having Willow literally hand delivered to the back of my truck after her bath. When I went out to clear the driveway and walkways, someone had shoveled my sidewalks on the Bloom side of my property, that's a good stretch. Gave me a much-needed universal hug after digging through the CDC recommendations for our current situation today. We will get through this, we have to do it together, we have to be strong and we have the opportunity to look very deep inside ourselves on so many levels. To my friends, family, and colleagues, much love, prayers for wellness and good health, and a wish for a change in our situation that gets us on a positive move out of this mess in the new year ... Whatever that is 🙄🫂❤️ I choose to believe it will be good !! We may not be able to change our situation, but we can choose how it will shape our reality by acknowledging our thoughts about it, and how we respond to it. That in itself will affect change.
Today was an interesting day! In the midst of being an Infection control nurse and Nurse Coach, in the middle of a pandemic, it's very easy to lose sight of what's kind and good in the world. We are all experiencing history at this time, we can't get lost in the darkness of it, there's lessons to be learned. Maybe it will be just to help us realize we need to be a little kinder to each other, on many levels we are all in this together. I worked from home this afternoon, after having Willow literally hand delivered to the back of my truck after her bath. When I went out to clear the driveway and walkways, someone had shoveled my sidewalks on the Bloom side of my property, that's a good stretch. Gave me a much-needed universal hug after digging through the CDC recommendations for our current situation today. We will get through this, we have to do it together, we have to be strong and we have the opportunity to look very deep inside ourselves on so many levels. To my friends, family, and colleagues, much love, prayers for wellness and good health, and a wish for a change in our situation that gets us on a positive move out of this mess in the new year ... Whatever that is 🙄🫂❤️ I choose to believe it will be good !! We may not be able to change our situation, but we can choose how it will shape our reality by acknowledging our thoughts about it, and how we respond to it. That in itself will affect change.
Every thought you have causes neurochemical changes, some temporary and some lasting. For instance, when people consciously practice gratitude, they get a surge of rewarding neurotransmitters, like dopamine, and experience a general alerting and brightening of the mind, probably correlated with more of the neurochemical neuropinephrine.
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What we call obstacles are really the way the world and our entire experience teach us where we're stuck. What may appear to be an arrow or a sword we can actually experience as a flower. Whether we experience what happens to us as obstacle and enemy or as a teach and friend depends entirely on our perception of reality. It depends on our relationship to ourselves.
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The essence of life is that it is challenging, From an awakened perspective, trying to tie up all the loose ends and finally get it together is death, because it involves rejecting a lot of your basic experience, there is something aggressive about that approach to life, trying to flatten out all the rough spots and imperfections into a nice smooth ride. To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest !!!
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Thought is an illusion, it's our response to that illusion that creates our experience and our reality ... you can choose to let go 💖🧠
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