54 | Carrie Answers a Question: Sarah’s Sadness

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There are days when I feel utterly hopeless and cry a lot. How do I keep it together? My doctor prescribed therapy and counseling, but there are no available spaces in my area. Besides yoga and meditation, what can I do to stay or return to positive?

This week, co-host and mental skills coach Carrie Jackson answers a question from listener Sarah B. Carrie suggests some ways for Sarah to both accept the emotions she has and to process them in a way that allows her to move forward—including journaling, strategic support, and overcoming obstacles to reaching professional help.

Listen to the show for more—and to submit a question for a future episode, email us a note or a voice memo to hello@injuredathletesclub.com.

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