When You’re in Crisis, Remember This 1 Word

By Steve Austin | Ask Steve Austin

Mar 31

Crisis strikes, often without warning.

It leaves us reeling from the impact, wondering what happened and how we’ll ever move forward. When it seems like the sky is actually falling, it’s hard to think clearly. That’s one more reason why self-care is vital on the good days.

1 Word to Remember When Crisis Strikes

If you aren’t in crisis mode right now, create a self-care plan you can follow when tragedy hits. Create a plan and do your best to stick to it.

Check out today’s super short video for the 1 word to remember when you’re in crisis.

If you need help creating a self-care plan or an escape plan, I can help! As a self-care coach, I help people deal with trauma, recovery, and so much more. Whether you’re in the thick of a tragedy right now, or you just want to be better prepared for whatever might happen tomorrow, a self-care session is exactly what you need!

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About the Author

Steve Austin is an author, speaker, and life coach who is passionate about helping overwhelmed people learn to catch their breath. He is the author of two Amazon bestsellers, "Catching Your Breath," and "From Pastor to a Psych Ward." Steve lives with his wife and two children in Birmingham, Alabama.

  • Laura says:

    Oh, the timeliness of this, Steve. I’m still finding myself somewhat speechless. (Me, speechless? Haha) But really, as much as I know the things you speak of, I need to better implement them. Thanks for this, friend.

    • Steve Austin says:

      Yea, I don’t have a lot of good words today either. Grieve. Let it go. Cry. Punch a pillow. It’s okay. We are supposed to hurt when people we care about die. She’s gone. And I’m like WHAT THE HELL HAS HAPPENED…but it has happened. And that sucks. And we’re left in the aftermath. So the only thing we can do right now, at least until the dust settles and our pulse slows down a bit, is to S.T.O.P.
      You are loved, Laura. Great big.

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