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Married At First Sight's Mel Schilling has discussed the difference between self-soothing and self-care while in lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic

por Gina Bruxner (2020-06-15)


23.jpgMarried At First Sight's Mel Schilling has discussed the difference between self-soothing and self-care while in lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Thursday, the relationship expert, 49, told her followers that self-soothing was a 'short-term' solution to stress and anxiety.  

Speaking via Instagram she said: '[Self-soothing is] a bit like mental health first aid.'


















Self-care in lockdown: On Thursday, Married At First Sight's Mel Schilling explained the difference between 'self-soothing' and 'self-care' on Instagram while in COVID-19 lockdown


'It's really for those moments when you're feeling stressed out... Something has happened to make your anxiety or stress levels spike.'






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The Confidence and Success Coach said that temporary fixes like drinking and binge eating are 'very normal reactions to a very abnormal situation'.

Before adding: 'While absolutely OK in the moment, [those choices] can lead into long-term less healthy choices.'






Temporary fix: Mel told her followers that self-soothing was a 'short-term' solution to stress and anxiety. '[Self-soothing is] a bit like mental health first aid,' she said







Lifestyle changes: Instead, she encouraged her followers to start making good, healthy choices for the long run - including improved sleep, exercise, better diet and less drinking


Instead, she said followers to start making good, healthy choices for the long run - including improved sleep, 카지노사이트추천 exercise, better diet and less drinking.

Mel said she considered those important lifestyle factors as part of their long-term self-care that can be taken forwards in a 'post-corona environment'. 

It comes after Mel confessed to Stellar Magazine earlier this year that she could never imagine herself as a participant on Married At First Sight.






Not for me! It comes after Mel, who is a relationship expert on MAFS, confessed she could never imagine herself as a participant on show. Pictured alongside, Dr Trisha Stratford and John Aiken







Loved-up: Mel married her husband Gareth Brisbane in 2018 (pictured together)


She added that while she is impressed by the efforts of the contestants, it's not for her.

'I really admire the way they put themselves out there and take a very public chance on love. I wouldn't have the gumption!' she admitted. 

Mel married her husband Gareth Brisbane in 2018 and the couple are proud parents to five-year-old daughter Maddie, who they conceived through IVF. 






Family: The couple are proud parents to five-year-old daughter Maddie, who they conceived through IVF




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