15 Ways to Take a Break

15 ways to take a Break
15 ways to take a Break

15 ways to take a Break

Happy Friday…..
You have worked all week and now it’s time to take that much needed break. You may say, I am to tired to do anything. I really don’t know what to do because I don’t feel like leaving the house.
This post will give you some ideas on what you can do at home to take or break as well as what you can do if you are looking for outside activities.
The biggest biggest thing that you must do us to remember that it is okay to take a break. Set aside time for you on a regular basis.
” Self Care is Vital to Purpose”
I found this saying ” Selfcare is not selfish, you can not serve from and empty vessel ”

15 Ways to take a break
1. Breathe
2. Listen to music
3. Go to the park
4. Call a Friend
5. Read a good book
6. Watch a good movie
7. Talk a quiet walk
8. Read your Bible or other inspirational material
9. Draw or paint
10. Take a long hot bath
11. Eat a meal in silence
12. Sit outside in nature
13. Take a nap
14. Visit a art gallery
15. Engage in acts of kindness

How do you usually take breaks? Share what usually works best for you.
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Psalms 121: A Prayer of Healing

Retrieved from Pinterest..

Retrieved from Pinterest..

Psalm 121:1-2, 4-8 KJ

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. [2] My help cometh from the Lord , which made heaven and earth. [4] Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. [5] The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. [6] The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. [7] The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul. [8] The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.

My Journey: is my Testimony. …This week has been very tough. And just when I begin to feel the worst of worst in my body I am reminded of the miracles already performed and I am not left with a witness that God has not left me alone and He is fully capable of giving me the miracle of healing… I will continue to keep my faith that my change will come. I trust God. I will not be left behind in this season of Blessings . No matter how it looks or shall I say how I feel!

Fibromyalgia is real, but it does not define me or control me.


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Healing Fibromyalgia| Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group |


As a therapist, I am seeing more of my patients that are dealing with chronic pain, fatigue & Fibromyalgia and many sessions get stuck on how to cope as they are in crisis mode. I have made  a proposal to my clinic on starting this new plan to better serve this population by offering an 8 week intensive program. 

I would like your feedback. Please see below…
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Fibromyalgia/Chronic Pain/FatigueFocus Group

Length: 8 wks 1 hr sessions (Tentatively) may need 1.5 hrs

Background Information

CBT increases patients’ belief in their ability to manage their condition, and it helps them change pessimistic thoughts and negative feelings regarding symptoms like pain, fatigue, and sleep problems. “Through CBT, fibromyalgia patients learn techniques that help them to manage their symptoms better and develop a different attitude towards pain — more of acceptance and less catastrophizing,”
Cognitive Therapy Behavior means thinking about changes that can improve your life. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy will never take the place of a solid diagnosis and medication, but it can help you examine your life to identify problem areas where you can exert control.



To provide a supportive learning environment for Individuals to react differently to physical and emotional stress, and identify daily habits that may increase negative responses in the body to elevate pain.

To assist the individual(s) to learn tools to improve his or her overall ability to cope and function better on a daily basis.


Week- 1&2 Introductions – Group Expectations

Week- 2&3 Intro to CBT –The Midfulway to Cope

Week- 3&4 Depression & Anxiety

Week- 5&6 Taking Charge of your Life

Week- 7 Taking charge of your life continued

Week -8 Wrapping up and Evaluation (discussion of support Group to meet 1 @ month for follow)

After reviewing this post, please provide feedback and tell me what you think.

 I would greatly appreciate it…..

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