Show 311 Kindness Grounding Practice

In this episode, a pebble in the road. A look at a kindness inspired grounding practice you could do when you need to tame your internal little hater.

Sometimes people come to the podcast intentionally. They see the album cover or up on a social media site and check it out.

Or they might see a post on a social media place and happen to see the name of the show.

Some entrepreneurial site owners will post a link to their blog or podcast, having nothing to do with anxiety or mental health.

And then there are the entrepreneurial vendors that offer alternative forms of self-gratification, aficionados of the anal canal of prostate joy or climatically cliffs of everlasting delight. 

I am under no illusion that providers who have goods, services and products for sale have honorable or dishonorable intentions. Most of it is just juicing for keyword or putting on that wolf coat.

Many times it is probably a quick get off the site link or trying to look legit. I have no control over that and Google is doing what they can, when they can.

That being said, I welcome all who find themselves on the road and decide to check out some of the information. Because lack of nookie can make you anxious. 

I might mention it at least once a year.

Really, the focus of the podcast and blog is to provide information about handling the life interfering type of anxiety conditions and disorders.

99.94% of you are welcomed. 

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

From 2022 Psychology Today article on Grounding Techniques. An opportunity to learn about what grounding is and some of the different types of re-centering yourself to the present time.


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