Self Compassion Practice

We usually think of compassion as it applies to others. We can and should also show compassion to ourselves. Self-compassion means showing compassion toward ourselves when we suffer, fail or feel inadequate. Self-compassion offers several benefits to mental and physical health. Self-compassionate people recognize when they are suffering and are kind to themselves at these [...]

A Guide to Building Your Own Coping Toolkit

A coping toolkit can help you cope with anxious thoughts and feelings. When your thoughts or feelings are overwhelming, pull out your toolkit to help ground yourself and break those negative thoughts. Coping toolkits focus on the five senses - things you can touch, see, hear, smell and taste. Check out our video and download [...]

Challenging and Reframing Negative Thoughts

The way we think, feel, and behave are continuously affecting one another. Negative thoughts affect our emotions and distort our perception of reality in a negative way. Challenging and replacing these thoughts is one of the best ways to manage stress, anxiety, and depression, and over time can really make a difference to our mental [...]

Racing Repetitive Thoughts

Sometimes we can experience racing repetitive thoughts – these can also be referred to as ruminating thoughts. Ruminating involves a cycle where you keep thinking the same thoughts or worrying the same worries without getting anywhere. It can be exhausting and it can affect your sleep and your mental and physical health. Here is the [...]

Yoga Snacks

Nourishment for your mind and body. Join Shauna, from Yoga Centre Winnipeg as she leads a class of beginner friendly yoga. Beginner classes provide a safe environment to learn the correct form of the basic yoga postures. Basic yoga postures are the building blocks of a healthy yoga practice. Classical sun salutations, standing poses, gentle [...]

FGWRC

Providing free supports and services including counselling, workshops, information and referrals and outreach programs. Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre is committed to creating a community where women, gender diverse people & children are safe, healthy, valued and empowered.

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