Therapy Chats is new series I’m starting (and have wanted to start for a while) to help me process the things I talk about in therapy to not only help me, but maybe help someone else.
*Tried filming in natural lighting today!*
Here’s the latest edition of Therapy Chats where I chatting about the importance of routines and why I HAVE them (aka for my mental stability).
Routines have done a lot for me in my life. I’m a different person when I have them, when I don’t and when I can’t stick with ’em. While I list out a concise laundry list of reasons why I need routines today as a result of past being lived with mental instability, routines ultimately provide a foundation on which I can be a healthy, stable and productive person.
Watch the video to find out what the last one is of the utmost importance to me, me being put in “therapy jail” (once again) by my therapist for not wanting to have fun in life (she’s not wrong, but I refuse to listen to her at the moment) and me being pretty honest about some failures so far in my life.
How have routines helped you? Is this an area of your life that you feel like you’ve nailed or are still figuring out? Let me know!
-Annsley Lucas, She Makes Sense