The practice that will make your bad days better | wit and pleasure

Meeting a kindred spirit almost always feels exhilarating. When Dr. Anna Roth and I first sat down to record a podcast together in 2019, we talked at length about our own mental health experiences and why we’re both drawn, in our own ways, to making it easier for people to navigate the web. life. ups and downs. Through further discussion, we decided that we wanted to create a course that would speak directly to people like us, those who have felt compelled to look beyond the typical “get up on your own” approach to self-help.

The Better Bad Days course has taken almost two years to develop and I am incredibly proud of what I have created with Dr. Anna Roth. This course, and the practices it has introduced me to, have completely changed the course of my life and the way I deal with my own ups and downs. It has helped me learn to create a new path for myself when bad days inevitably come. I am so looking forward to sharing the same journey with all of you.

What is the course?

Better Bad Days is a five-step eCourse designed to teach you how to feel better, break unhealthy patterns, and build self-confidence.

It is not self help. It is self leadership.

The course includes:

  • Audio lessons to learn on the go
  • Task to reflect and hold yourself accountable
  • Guided meditations to bring the material you are learning outside inside

All the materials are yours to return to again and again.

Better Bad Days is a five-step eCourse designed to teach you how to feel better, break unhealthy patterns, and build self-confidence.

The course curriculum was developed by Dr. Anna Roth, a holistic psychologist with over a decade of experience in the mental health field, as an accessible way to help you prepare for better, bad days. This is not a replacement for therapy. Rather, it is a step-by-step course that will provide you with better focus for any bad day or moment in the future, whenever it happens. Consider it another tool in your toolbox; a way to tune in to your feelings and respond with action and compassion rather than resorting to old coping mechanisms that ultimately never help.

While this course, like any other healing journey, will require a time commitment on your part, keep in mind that you can progress through the course at your own pace, whether it’s completing each of the five steps in a few hours, a a few days, a week or a month.

This course is for you if:

  • You’ve always wanted to feel better about yourself, but you’re not sure how.
  • Your inner critic is the loudest voice in your head.
  • No matter what you do, you can’t ever feel good enough.
  • You tend to put the needs of others before your own.
  • You don’t really feel your limits until you surpass them (exploding or breaking).
  • You have a hard time advocating for your needs because you’re not entirely sure what they are.
  • You avoid checking with yourself because you are afraid of what is there.
  • You are working or have worked with a therapist, but want to expand your self-care toolbox.

Sounds familiar?

Why is the course in association with Wit & Delight?

Since I started Wit & Delight eleven years ago, I have been committed to speaking openly about mental illness and reducing the stigma that often surrounds it. While I am not a mental health professional and would never claim to be, for over a decade I have placed importance on making Wit & Delight a safe space for readers to feel seen and less alone in their struggles. Because this work has always been at the core of Wit & Delight’s ethos, creating the Better Bad Days course with Dr. Anna felt like a natural from the start.

You will be guided by Dr. Anna through each step of the Better Bad Days course. While Dr. Anna’s expertise will be front and center, I’ll be contributing ideas and feedback along the way. I will be taking the course, learning and growing with you.

When the next bad day rolls around, feel prepared instead of panicking. Learn more here and sign up below to be the first to know when registration opens.

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