Livestream: “Pain into Power” chat with Coach @Yuri Choi and Melodi (Lady Starfish)

Hi Psych2go,

Do you remember the livestream we did 2 years ago with Melodi aka Starfish Community and @YuriChoi. We are having a chat about how we turned our “Pain into Power” and giving you an update on Melodi’s journey.

We will cover spirituality, forgiveness, and releasing oneself from the past, and how to turn pain into power. Whether or not you believe in spirituality, learning more about it can help you on your journey to having better mental wellness. The live stream will take place at 7 PM PDT, titled “From Pain Into Power.” It will be a powerful story that you definitely don’t want to miss out. There will be a chance to interact via our live chat box too. If you can not make it to the live stream, you can watch the replay!

About Melodi (Lady Starfish):

Melodi, who also goes by Lady Starfish, is a content creator, wellness advocate, and mental health resource developer. Her main project is Starfish Community, a Discord server dedicated to promoting well-being and diminishing suicidality. She’s taking her time blooming as a coach/consultant as well.

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About Yuri Choi:

Yuri Choi is a Performance & Fulfillment Coach and helps entrepreneurs and high achievers, like myself and the CEO of Psych2Go. (You can say this in your own way and how I helped you if you’d like)
She is an author, speaker and 11x author, and her latest book is called Creating Your Own Happiness. She is also the designated performance coach and advisor for Psych2go, and she’s worked with the CEO & leadership team. She is also passionate about mental health advocacy and we will be talk

Yuri helps entrepreneurs and high performers achieve powerful results through helping them understand and leverage their emotional states, mindset, and find deeper fulfillment and peace. She is also the author of Creating Your Own Happiness, speaker, YouTuber, and 11x best selling co-author of other collaborative book series. Yuri’s mission is to inspire millions to live with more laughter, oneness, vulnerability and ease within a world of infinite creative possibilities, as well as elevating collective consciousness.

Yuri is also the advisor & designated mindset coach for Psych2Go, the largest YouTube channel & online magazine in the world for mental health, their leadership team, as well as the Psych2Go’ers on livestream trainings. Yuri has also been an MC and speaker for self-help conferences.

Today, Yuri is enjoying her digital nomad life where she serves her clients from all over the world while she is traveling. She is currently in Bali, Indonesia, enjoying the jungle view, serving her clients, creating helpful content for her YouTube, and doing lots of yoga, meditation, & adventures.

To book a complimentary 30 min consultation with Yuri:

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Stress-Reducing Techniques: Tips And Tricks To Reducing Your Cortisol Levels

Are you truly equipped to handle stress and keep it from ruining your daily life? Stress can affect your mind in many ways, and the most effective way in fighting against your stress is to become as knowledgeable about it as possible. This article will provide you with some effective stress management tips, which can help you on your quest for a healthier body and mind.

If you’re feeling stressed, try going for a massage. Getting a nice massage is a great way to have the physical tension worked out of your body. If your body is less physically tense, your mind can be less mentally tense. Massages are a great way to relax and forget about the world.

If you’re in a stressful situation, before you doing anything rash, stop and count to ten. This will give you a moment to relax and cool down. It’ll prevent you from doing something you might regret and instead letting your mind calm down enough to make rational choices.

If at all possible, avoid negative people who only bring you down and stress you out! People with bad attitudes are often contagious and in order to preserve a positive attitude and keep yourself on track you need to keep away from them. A neighbor or co-worker who is always complaining is nearly always going to cause you stress so walk away!

If you are driving on the road and have something on your mind, sing the words of a song at the top of your lungs. Since no one can hear you, this is a great time to let it all out to a song that you know. Singing is a great form of stress relief.

Exercise to relieve stress. If you find that you are under stress from your job or personal situation, regular exercise can help you feel better. Taking a long walk, going to the gym, dancing or doing yoga are all forms of exercise that can help you feel less stressed.

A great tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to stop relying on your alarm clock to wake up in the morning. Waking up to an alarm clock can make you very stressed out. Learning to wake up naturally is a much better alternative to an alarm clock.

A great tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to not be afraid to ask people for help when you need it. A lot of people make the mistake of not asking for help and they try to everything on their own. This can lead to a monumental amount of stress.

Take deep breathes in order to control any situation that might make you stressed. Breathe deeply and count to ten before getting involved again. This deep breathing technique can help you to center yourself and refocus your attention on the most logical course of action.

Reduce anxiety and stress by deciding to be honest, no matter what. Even the smallest of lies cause people to feel guilty and anxious.

An excellent method of calming down when you have a stressful day is to do a special act for another person. Prepare a special meal for a loved one, or pick up a thoughtful bouquet. If you focus on others, you can feel less stressed and smile with them.

A good tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to find a hobby that completely captivates you. Having a hobby that you can fully immerse yourself in doing can go a long way in fighting stress. It can also potentially lead to a career.

If you want a calmer and less stressful lifestyle, try meditating. Meditating is a great way to remove yourself from the stresses of day to day life and to give yourself a relaxing break. Try meditating for a few minutes from your desk at work, or pulling over and meditating during a long drive. You’ll find it makes getting through the day a lot easier.

Every night before you go to sleep, make a list of that day’s most stressful events. Identify the long-term issues that you can do nothing about and eliminate them from the list. Next prioritize those that are left by writing the solution to each item. Begin with the little things and concentrate on solving at least one item on the list the following day. Soon you will see your daily cares melting away instead of growing into mountains by being proactive and focused.

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If you sit down for the majority of the day, try to improve your posture. Slouching can put extra strain on your body, which can negatively affect the way that you feel. Sit straight up with your shoulders back to limit the tension that you are under during the day.

Practice deep breathing exercises when living with stress. When you start feeling overwhelmed or anxious, studies have proven that by breathing deeply, you can start to feel better.

Exercise. Starting a regular exercise regimen 3 to 4 times a week will help you overcome stress in a way that you’ll be surprised to experience. Exercising stimulates hormones and chemicals in the body so that you handle stress differently. There are dozens of different fitness programs to try; whichever one you choose will help.

Spend time in nature. Watching animals and looking at natural sights like trees and the ocean can be a great way to stop feeling stressful. People have known for years that natural sounds calm people, and the more opportunity you take to enjoy nature the better you will generally feel.

Get your own pet to enjoy, or spend time with someone else’s pet. Some people report reduced stress levels after contact with animals, particularly if you pet and interact with them. Watching your pet as it goes through life in the moment can be a learning experience in itself. An animal, or a few animals, will soothe you and help make dealing with stress easier.

By using the above tips, you may be able to reduce your stress. It is important that you get as much knowledge on the subject as possible so that you can learn the best ways to prevent and fight stress.

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