Dealing with Tough Times

Times are tough that’s what we hear from everyone. Unemployment is high, prices are high, Politics, natural disasters are all around us and these are just a few of the stories we see on a daily basis on our TV, on the homepage of our computers, in newspapers and on the radio. How are we to escape all this negativity so we can move forward in our day to day lives?  When things are bad in the world, we still need to have some normalcy so we can sleep at night and keep our kids happy and healthy. I wish I could get rid of all the stress and negativity in the world but I can’t but here are some tips to help you get through your day on a positive note.

1. Stay away from the negative – there is no reason why you have to watch the negativity on the TV, read it in your newspapers, hear it on the radio, etc. Make a conscious choice to limit your negative time. I have learned that it is better to watch the cartoons and kids shows on Disney with my daughter then all the morning programs. Why? Because the morning shows have one positive story to 10 negative ones. I can’t compete with the negative. I’m not saying to ignore the world events but limiting the amount of negativity you get in one day is definitely a healthier choice.

2. Negativity is not just found on your local news programs. Watch the “Toxic” people in your life. Moods/emotions are contagious. If you surround yourself with negative people it will rub off on you. It only takes about 10 minutes for a mood to be passed onto others.

3. Watch the negative self-talk. Try this experiment for a day (Snap to awareness exercise): Wear a rubber band around your wrist and every time you have a negative thought, action or say something negative to others, snap the rubber band. You might be surprised how red your wrist is by the end of the day. When we are feeling negative we tend to over generalize what is going on and one small issue turns into a big issue. We domino affect one problem into many others.

Example: Driving to work on the highway and all of a sudden you hit traffic and you’re stuck. You get upset but instead of just focusing on the traffic, it turns into a negative party. You start insulting the traffic, the car you drive, the other drivers, the weather, the place you were going to, etc.
When you do the “Snap to awareness” exercise with the rubber band, you find out how negative you are. This self-awareness can allow you to slow down the negativity.
Watch the negative words like: Maybe, should, could or would. Replace them with power words like: Choose, Choice, I will, etc.

4. Work on what you can control in your life not what you can’t. Just a quick reminder – we can only change ourselves, we can never control others. If we try to change others, we are setting ourselves up for failure because it’s unrealistic. Make a list of everything in your life you can control then ask yourself- what can I do about it now? Set up goals and action plans. Make sure all goals are realistic and achievable. Take baby steps when making changes.

5. Tough times are real but they are only temporary. Remember that when things are bad. Instead of saying things like: This will never change, this problem seems impossible, etc. Start saying: This issue/situation is only temporary. You’re not a victim. Go back to #4 and work on what you can control. This brings back the power.

6. Tough times are teachable moments. I always tell clients, don’t live in the past, learn from your past. The tough situation your in now will be temporary and then one day will be a teachable moment. Think to yourself what can I learn from this issue? What can I do to not be a victim? I have adult college students tell me I lost my job BUT I’m using this time to further my education or learn a new skill. There is always a positive side to every negative story. Look for the positive

7. Consequences – think of the consequences if you remain negative, stressed out and unbalanced. You will feel the affects emotionally, mentally and physically. Here are some the signs to look for:

Change in eating/sleeping habits
Low energy/fatigue
poor concentration, focus and attention
irritable/mood swings
low immune system
muscle aches and pains
migraines, jaw pain
stomach problems
isolation, depression
Burnout – mental, physical and emotional exhaustion

8. If you feel completely overwhelmed, seek professional help. Remember, you’re not alone; APA reported that 80% of Americans feel stressed out due to the economy. Harvard research says 90% of doctors visits are stress related.

OCTOBER 2017

 

Thursday, October 19, 6:30pm – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404

Monday, October 23 & 30, 10:30am – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Mount Saint Mary College, NY
Phone: 845-565-2076

Monday, October 23, 7pm –  Mindful Living
The Adult School of Westfield, NJ
Phone: 973-443-9222

Tuesday, October 24, 6:30pm – The Challenge of Change
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092

Wednesday, October 15, 10:30am – The Challenge of Change
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-744-0500 ext 2224

Thursday, October 26, 7pm – Finding Your Passion
Morristown Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063

 

As a Therapist, Educator and Positive Living Expert, Diane has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally.

Through her two books, “Creating Balance & Finding Happiness” and “Baby Steps: the Path from Motherhood to Career.”  Diane has been speaking and empowering parents and adults nationwide. She is also an Adjunct in Psychology at Montclair State University, where her college work includes mentoring students for personal issue advisement.

As an expert in her fields of therapy, Lang has been featured in the Daily Record, Family Circle, Family Magazine, Working Mother Magazine and Cookie Magazine, seen on NJ 12 TV, Good day CT, Style CT, The Veira Network, CBS TV and “Fox & Friends”.  She has also participated in a reality based Internet show, ourprisoner.com, hosted Generation X-tinet. In addition Lang writes a blog for Pazoo.com

 

 

 

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Is negativity your natural default

Is negativity your natural default?

For many of us, negativity is our natural default.
We find ourselves constantly listening to the negative loop that plays in our head over and over again without a stop button.
This negative loop can play a role in our happiness levels.

Lets change the setting on our default button and go from negative to positive.
First, start paying attention to your thoughts- self awareness is key!
When you notice that negative loop playing, stay there for a few seconds and notice the thought.
Make a conscious choice to say “Stop” to the thought.
You can also say things as:
This thought is not useful
This thought is not helping/serving me in a positive way
I don’t need to have this thought
These thoughts repeated over and over again cause beliefs. These beliefs don’t serve you and need to go.

Just becoming aware of your negative thoughts stops the process
Refusing to allow the thoughts to remain and choosing not to believe in old, limiting beliefs opens the door to positive thoughts
This stops the negativity that has been on autopilot and brings you into the present moment.
In the present moment we can think with clarity and love.

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Press Release – Mindfully Happy- waking up to life

 

October 2017 Sentia Publishing announces the release of … “Mindfully Happy, Waking Up To Life”
ABOUT THE BOOK:

Do you know that Negative is our default setting on the scale of happiness? Mindfulness is being present in the moment so you can experience a happy, healthy life. This book will give you the tools to live more mindfully. You will learn ways to live your authentic life by finding out your value system and what’s important to you. Create mindfully happy habits to define happiness for yourself.

 

I’m so excited to share an excerpt from my new book: Mindfully Happy-waking up to life!  My latest book that mixes both Mindfulness and Happiness giving you the tips and tools you need to live your best life.

“What we know about happiness is that it involves having an appreciation for what we have and where we are. It also involves looking forward to the future, growing, changing, and trying to be our best. It’s the experience of joy. (“Joy” is a state of great delight and/or happiness.) It’s a feeling that our lives have meaning. The mix of gratitude for what we have and striving to be our best is a good foundation for happiness.”

 

 

 

OCTOBER 2017

Monday, October 2, 7pm – What Kind of Smart Are You?
The Adult School of Westfield, NJ
Phone: 973-443-9222

Tuesday, October 3, 10:30am – Positive Aging
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-744-0500 ext 2224

Thursday, October 5, 7pm – Letting Go of Anger & Finding Forgiveness
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404

Tuesday, October 10, 6:30 – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092

Wednesday, October 11, 7pm – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Morris Hills Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-664-2251

Thursday, October 12, 6:30pm – Re-Train Your Brain for Success
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404

Monday, October 16, 7pm – Finding Fulfillment over 50
Morris Hills Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-664-2251
Tuesday, October 17, 9:30am – Positive Education
Rutgers University, NJ
Phone: 848-932-7520

Tuesday, October 17, 6:30pm – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092

Thursday, October 19, 6:30pm – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404

Monday, October 23 & 30, 10:30am – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Mount Saint Mary College, NY
Phone: 845-565-2076

Monday, October 23, 7pm –  Mindful Living
The Adult School of Westfield, NJ
Phone: 973-443-9222

Tuesday, October 24, 6:30pm – The Challenge of Change
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092

Wednesday, October 15, 10:30am – The Challenge of Change
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-744-0500 ext 2224

Thursday, October 26, 7pm – Finding Your Passion
Morristown Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063

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The Connection between Empathy and Mindfulness

The Connection Between Empathy and Mindfulness:
By: Diane Lang

 

Each person has their own story created by their past, their perspective, learned traits and fear. We need to understand everyone’s story is different. Everyone’s story contains fear, struggling, hurt, sadness, etc.

Even though everyone’s story is different, we are all doing the best we can with the story we have and most of us pretend everything is ok even when it’s not.
Eventually,the cracks appear and the negativity comes leaking out. We are all human and go through this. We all have cracks in our life.

A Mindfulness technique would be to notice everyone around you and empathize. Everyone is suffering or has suffered and the future will hold more of it. We all have circumstances in our lives that we can’t change. These circumstance will come out of no where and leave us shocked, scared and hurt. They will change our lives, we will become vulnerable and scared.
When we realize we are all connected, all human and all suffer we can find more empathy with each other.
When we feel the hurt, anger, judgment rise into our throats then we must take a minute to breathe and ask ourselves is the action or response I’m about to take based on love or fear?
We have a moment between our impulse to act/react and before we take action. What will you do with that moment, is the important question? This is my hardest task. I can mentally feel I don’t want to act or that I will regret it but I do it anyway because I let fear over ride my decision making. I need to work on these moments and when I do, I feel more at peace and make better choices.

In that brief moment between impulse and action,the story flashes in front of us. The story we have been telling ourselves based on our past that we’re not good enough or worthy enough and we take action without slowing down enough to think is my action based on love or fear? Take the extra time and you will be mindful. Be mindful of what your feeling at the moment both physically and emotionally. Be mindful means feeling the emotions but doesn’t mean to just react or be impulsive.

October 2017 workshops open to the public

Monday, October 2, 7pm – What Kind of Smart Are You?
The Adult School of Westfield, NJ
Phone: 973-443-9222
Tuesday, October 3, 10:30am – Positive Aging
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-744-0500 ext 2224
Thursday, October 5, 7pm – Letting Go of Anger & Finding Forgiveness
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404
Tuesday, October 10, 6:30 – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092
Wednesday, October 11, 7pm – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Morris Hills Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-664-2251
Thursday, October 12, 6:30pm – Re-Train Your Brain for Success
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404
Monday, October 16, 7pm – Finding Fulfillment over 50
Morris Hills Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-664-2251
Tuesday, October 17, 9:30am – Positive Education
Rutgers University, NJ
Phone: 848-932-7520
Tuesday, October 17, 6:30pm – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092
Thursday, October 19, 6:30pm – Positive Psychology – Finding Your Happiness
Ocean County College, NJ
Phone: 732-255-0404
Monday, October 23 & 30, 10:30am – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Mount Saint Mary College, NY
Phone: 845-565-2076
Monday, October 23, 7pm –  Mindful Living
The Adult School of Westfield, NJ
Phone: 973-443-9222
Tuesday, October 24, 6:30pm – The Challenge of Change
Caldwell Continuing Education, NJ
Phone: 973-228-2092
Wednesday, October 15, 10:30am – The Challenge of Change
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-744-0500 ext 2224
Thursday, October 26, 7pm – Finding Your Passion
Morristown Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063

Bi

As a Therapist, Educator and Positive Living Expert, Diane has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally.

Through her two books, “Creating Balance & Finding Happiness” and “Baby Steps: the Path from Motherhood to Career.”  Diane has been speaking and empowering parents and adults nationwide. She is also an Adjunct in Psychology at Montclair State University, where her college work includes mentoring students for personal issue advisement.

As an expert in her fields of therapy, Lang has been featured in the Daily Record, Family Circle, Family Magazine, Working Mother Magazine and Cookie Magazine, seen on NJ 12 TV, Good day CT, Style CT, The Veira Network, CBS TV and “Fox & Friends”.  She has also participated in a reality based Internet show, ourprisoner.com, hosted Generation X-tinet. In addition Lang writes a blog for Pazoo.com

 

 

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What are you releasing?

When we are self-aware of who we are, where we want to be and what’s holding us back. We can make a list of everything we need to release in our lives to be able to move forward. What will you be releasing?
A few good releases for all of us
1. I’m releasing my need to control everything. Its impossible to control everything and all my controlling behavior does is put more stress on myself and others.
2. I’m releasing my need to do everything alone. It’s ok to ask for help. For me, asking for help is definitely a step outside my comfort zone. A lot of us fear when we ask for help we will either get rejected or appear weak.
Asking for help is a sign of bravery, its showing your authentic self.
*Remember, we can’t heal, forgive or grieve alone. Support is always needed.
3. I’m releasing the need for acceptance and approval from others. We need to find this from within not from external sources. Self-love and worth is the most important thing. Its freeing when you finally release the need to find it from others.
4. I’m releasing the need to take care of everyone else at my own expense. Relationships are two way streets. If your not enjoying the relationship, you must ask yourself why are you still in it? What are you getting from it?  Remove the toxic people.
5. I’m releasing the need to be someone I’m not. Its a lot of work and pressure wearing a mask. Its ok to be you. You are always enough.
The journey of releasing what is holding you back will help you heal and move forward.
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Cultivating Worthiness

Cultivating Worthiness:

By: Diane Lang

 

 

We have both basic physical and emotional needs. Physical needs such as sleep, diet, water and exercise are needed to feel healthy. We also have two basic emotional needs: acceptance and belonging. These are two of the hardest needs to be met.

We all try to be accepted and hope that we feel a sense of belonging but what we are doing is basing our self worth on how others feel about us. Do they accept us? Do they like us? When we look for acceptance and approval from outside ourselves, we set ourselves up for failure.
True acceptance is not about how others feel, it’s how you feel about yourself. Do you like yourself? Love yourself? Do you accept yourself, failures and mistakes included? Do you live as your authentic self? Living authentically is true acceptance.

As a coach/counselor for years, I can say that the biggest struggle I have seen, the root of our pain and fear is the thought that we’re not enough.
A sense of belonging starts at home. If we  have a feel a sense of belonging and unconditional love from our parents, we can grow up with a strong sense of self and a strong foundation. We know we belong and loved. For a lot of us, this was not the case and having a lack of belonging and unconditional love can affect us all the way through to adulthood. Others develop a lack of self worth from bad relationships, losing trust, etc.
There are things we can do to start the process of loving ourselves and building up our self worth.

How to start the process of accepting and loving yourself.

1. Remove judgement towards yourself and others. Instead show yourself and others more compassion and kindness.
2. Use your mistakes and failures as teachable moments. What can you learn from each mistake/failure? What changes can I make? How can I grow?
3. Step outside of your comfort zone- stretch yourself. It’s ok to be uncomfortable and work through your fear. It’s taking a risk and growing from it. Imagine your life if you stepped outside your comfort zone? If you took chances? If you didn’t let fear stop you?
Remember- don’t judge or criticize your failures or mistakes, be kind and learn from them.
4. Spend time alone- learn to enjoy your own company. Alone time is part of self-care. You can’t take care of others, if you haven’t taken care of yourself first.
5. Daily reminder – you are worthy and deserving of a good life filled with love. It doesn’t matter how you say it, but remind yourself frequently that you are worthy because you are.
6. Stop comparing yourself to others- it sets you up for failure. If you notice you have FOMO (fear of missing out) due to social media, then start unplugging from technology. The only person you should compare yourself to is where you were yesterday. Are you giving a 100%, growing and evolving?

 

 

September Appearances 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 10am – Declutter Your Life & Reduce Stress
Great Horizon, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063

Thursday, September 14, 10:30am – Dealing with Loss
Mount Saint Mary College, NY
Phone: 845-565-2076

Friday, September 15, 10:30am – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-74-0500 ext 2224

Monday, September 18 & 25, 7pm – Life after Retirement
Ramsey Adult School, NJ
Phone: 201-327-2025

Tuesday, September 19 & 26, 6:30pm – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Warren Community College, NJ
Phone: 908-835-2333

Saturday, September 23, 10am – Single Parenting
Warwick Public Library, NY
Phone: 845-986-1047

Wednesday, September 27, 7pm – Managing Stress
Morristown Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063

Diane’s Bio

As a Therapist, Educator and Positive Living Expert, Diane has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally.

Through her two books, “Creating Balance & Finding Happiness” and “Baby Steps: the Path from Motherhood to Career.”  Diane has been speaking and empowering parents and adults nationwide. She is also an Adjunct in Psychology at Montclair State University, where her college work includes mentoring students for personal issue advisement.

As an expert in her fields of therapy, Lang has been featured in the Daily Record, Family Circle, Family Magazine, Working Mother Magazine and Cookie Magazine, seen on NJ 12 TV, Good day CT, Style CT, The Veira Network, CBS TV and “Fox & Friends”.  She has also participated in a reality based Internet show, ourprisoner.com, hosted Generation X-tinet. In addition Lang writes a blog for Pazoo.com

 

 

 

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Re-evaluating yourself

Re-Evaluating:
By: Diane Lang 
Every few months. we should take some time to re-evaluate and check in with ourselves. This can be done by asking yourself some questions and being honest with the answers. Once you finish the questions, you can have some clarity on what’s working and what’s not working in your life and you can make changes from there.

Let’s look at your life and ask yourself these questions:
1. Is my health where I want it to be? What do I need to do and change to have a healthier lifestyle?

2. Am I financially where I want to be? What do I need to make financially to be happy?
Be careful on this question. More stuff does not mean more happiness.
Ask yourself, how much money do I need to make to pay my bills and create memories and experiences?

3. Do I have a career or a job? If you have a career in something you love and fits your purpose in life, that’s wonderful. However, consider this: do you have a job that allows you to live out your purpose and meaning in life? I have a client who has a job that is just OK, but this job allows her to travel and take pictures of exotic places. Photography brings her that sense of purpose and passion and her job allows her to do this.

4. Am I being the best person I can be? Am I helping others? Being a good leader? Mentor? Coach? Role model? Parent?  What will your footprint look like?

5. Am I living my own life? Is this the life I wanted or am I living a life my parents wanted for me?What society says I should do? What comes easy? Make sure the life you’re living is the one you wanted.

6. Am I having fun? Socializing? Smiling? Laughing?

7. What brings me happiness? What does happiness look like? Feel like?
Write a list of 5 -10 things that make you happy.
Does your life match the list?
Make sure you schedule in a few activities that bring you happiness each week.

SEPTEMBER 2017
 
Wednesday, September 13, 10am – Declutter Your Life & Reduce Stress
Great Horizon, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063
Thursday, September 14, 10:30am – Dealing with Loss
Mount Saint Mary College, NY
Phone: 845-565-2076
Friday, September 15, 10:30am – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Montclair Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-74-0500 ext 2224
Monday, September 18 & 25, 7pm – Life after Retirement
Ramsey Adult School, NJ
Phone: 201-327-2025
Tuesday, September 19 & 26, 6:30pm – Mindfully Happy – Waking Up to Life
Warren Community College, NJ
Phone: 908-835-2333
Saturday, September 23, 10am – Single Parenting
Warwick Public Library, NY
Phone: 845-986-1047
Wednesday, September 27, 7pm – Managing Stress
Morristown Adult School, NJ
Phone: 973-292-2063
As a Therapist, Educator and Positive Living Expert, Diane has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally.
Through her two books, “Creating Balance & Finding Happiness” and “Baby Steps: the Path from Motherhood to Career.”  Diane has been speaking and empowering parents and adults nationwide. She is also an Adjunct in Psychology at Montclair State University, where her college work includes mentoring students for personal issue advisement.
As an expert in her fields of therapy, Lang has been featured in the Daily Record, Family Circle, Family Magazine, Working Mother Magazine and Cookie Magazine, seen on NJ 12 TV, Good day CT, Style CT, The Veira Network, CBS TV and “Fox & Friends”.  She has also participated in a reality based Internet show, ourprisoner.com, hosted Generation X-tinet. In addition Lang writes a blog for Pazoo.com
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