Let The Beach Be Your Date

The Beach Bum

The beach has a very relaxing ambience where you can unwind and allow your worries to sail off into the distance. Find a beach with a boardwalk on a warm summer day and enjoy watching the white sand, blue sky, splashing waves and people playing beach volleyball or sunbathing; become one with the ambience.

Find a partner, family member or close friend and soak up the peace of mind brought forth by the beach; become connected with the environment and forget about work, stress or negativity. Utilize the beach as a place to destress on weekends and lower your expectations; you are there to reward yourself with tranquility.

The beach can bring you closer to your loved one; it’s a place to improve your listening skills, show more love, free yourself from pain and become more present in the moment. Allow the sun rays to massage your body, the shifting clouds to entertain your imagination and the jet skis to spark your motivation; the beach has it all.

You don’t have to spend a lot of time at the beach to be a beach bum! You just have to be 100% present in the moment; let the beach be your date! Show it that you are fully immersed in its presence and it will reward you with dopamine and a soft spot in your heart!

Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

5 Replies to “Let The Beach Be Your Date”

    1. Dr. Alexander – New York City Area – Dr. Alexander, a psychiatry resident in the New York City area is the founder of The DSM Ready Movement: an international community which focuses on bringing people together to achieve a happier and healthier state of mind. DSM Ready has three goals: 1) End mental health stigma and normalize mental health 2) Provide a safe and nonjudgmental place to share thoughts, feelings and advice about mental health 3) Maximize happiness and well-being 😎 Dr. Alexander can be reached on: dsmready.com linkedin.com/in/psychheals/
      Dr. Sinu MD says:

      Go for it! Always believe in your dreams and start applying positive affirmations!

      1. Well I’ve started meditating and thinking about all of these things… My new routine is 20 minutes in the morning and 20 minutes in the evening. I also like to watch some asmr before dropping off to sleep What does your meditation practice look like?

      2. Dr. Alexander – New York City Area – Dr. Alexander, a psychiatry resident in the New York City area is the founder of The DSM Ready Movement: an international community which focuses on bringing people together to achieve a happier and healthier state of mind. DSM Ready has three goals: 1) End mental health stigma and normalize mental health 2) Provide a safe and nonjudgmental place to share thoughts, feelings and advice about mental health 3) Maximize happiness and well-being 😎 Dr. Alexander can be reached on: dsmready.com linkedin.com/in/psychheals/
        Dr. Sinu MD says:

        It’s called mindfulness. Stay tuned for a future post on it 🙂

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