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Best of Our Blogs: February 1, 2019

I’m always interested in alternative forms of healing especially as supplementary tools to aid more mainstream treatments.

Upon listening to an autoimmune summit, for example, I learned of a nonprofit which provides healing music for free on its site It’s fun to peruse their playlist which includes sounds that help with everything from anxiety to insomnia.

The music is soothing, and it’s an easy and fun way to take care of myself.

Have you tried anything recently that’s helped in your healing and recovery? If you’re looking for more, one of our post this week lists reflective questions to help you get closer to who you are and what you want in 2019. You’ll also learn ways to be more patient and gain skills to have healthier conflicts.

52 Critical Questions To Ask Yourself To Ensure That You’re Living A Mindful & Meaningful Life
(Thoughts of a Therapist) – Want more meaning in 2019? You’ll want to print and bookmark this page. Use it as journal prompts to stay in touch with what’s most important to you.

Games Narcissists Play
(The Recovery Expert) – You’ll never win and you’ll end up depleted afterwards. It’s all the games narcissists play that make you feel like a loser every time.

7 Ways To Become A More Patient Person
(Cultivating Contentment & Happiness) – We live in a culture that embraces instant gratification, which is all the more reason why you need to read this.

3 Romanticized Fantasies That Make Women Easy Prey for Narcissists
(Neuroscience & Relationships) – Cultural fantasies play a role in promoting codependency in women and narcissism in men. Find out what these fantasies are and the truth about each.

How To Do Healthy Conflict: The Compassion Cycle
(Conflict Without Casualties) – Afraid of conflict? This post shares three skills that can help you create healthy conflicts.

Best of Our Blogs: February 1, 2019

Brandi-Ann Uyemura, M.A.

Brandi-Ann Uyemura is a freelance writer specializing in self-help, spirituality, psychology and small business articles. She has a BA in English from University of Oregon and a MA in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She writes for various companies and publications and teaches stress management workshops. For more information, see her website

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Uyemura, B. (2019). Best of Our Blogs: February 1, 2019. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 24, 2020, from
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