A Colour Guide To Stress Therapy

In my early twenties, I used to consider stress therapy more like a fancy practice. The concept of stress was so foreign to me that nothing would make me take mental pressure very seriously.

Not that I wasn’t stressed out at all; I mean, I must have had also, back then, deadlines and troubled love stories, picky bosses, needy friends and insomnia. I was just not aware of how all of these were pushing my limits to a crisis.

My mind was constantly restless and in overdrive, running from one idea to another. I had zero patience to get . . .

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Radiana is an editorial and marketing content strategist and creator. She is inspired by the people she has been working with during her 20 years long publishing journey, as well as the people she meets while traveling and those part of her yoga practice.All her projects are driven by her passion and her commitment, becoming a member of each community she engages with.