Jessi Beyer is a mental health speaker who is helping millennials feel valid, heard and appreciated in their mental health struggles while designing a life that they love waking up to. Jessi is also about to launch a book, How To Heal: A Practical Guide to 9 Natural Therapies You Can Use to Release Your Trauma. After dealing with her own mental health as an adolescent, Jessi realized that there were other ways to deal with trauma in addition to talk therapy. Her mission is to change the way mental health is looked at, treated and to encourage people to be open and honest about what they’re dealing with.
Do it for yourself, no one else.
What we’re talking about
- The Importance Of Living Your Life For Yourself
- How To Heal: A Practical Guide to 9 Natural Therapies You Can Use to Release Your Trauma
- How Jessi Found Her Confidence To Try New Things
The Importance Of Living Your Life For Yourself
If you live your life for other people, then you have less of a reason to do more. Once you find your passion in life and understand that your “why” is specifically for you, then you will find you have more reason to jump out of bed and get to work. Focusing less on the opinions of others and more on what means something to you, then Jessi says you’ll feel more motivated every day, even when things are rough.
How To Heal: A Practical Guide to 9 Natural Therapies You Can Use to Release Your Trauma
Talk therapy is one of the most recognized forms of therapy around when it comes to mental health. Jessi’s first experience with talk therapy had her running out of the building and never looking back. She says she regrets never going back but has since found other natural therapies that release trauma, including connecting with nature. Jessi’s book details 9 ways to release your trauma using research-backed experience.
How Jessi Found Her Confidence To Try New Things
Jessi became sick and tired of being sick and tired and decided it was time to try new things. She didn’t like the way she was feeling and THAT empowered her to step out of her comfort zone and have the confidence to look at new ways to heal and move forward. Often times the only way to grow is to do things differently and try something new.
Don’t let anyone tell you when you’re ready.