Mental Health Work:
It’s a new year! What does that mean? It means you get to start over. It means that it’s another chance for you to find a true lifetime of healing. It means it’s your opportunity to show yourself that you are worthy of love, grace, redemption and healing.
As a new year comes around, many people set resolutions. I would encourage you to maybe not set resolutions. It is so very easy to give up on resolutions within just a short period of time. Instead, set your mind to creating a couple of SMART goals for your year ahead. A SMART goal is something that is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time bound.
Set 2 SMART goals for your year ahead.