Practising daily is habit forming. Just 21 consecutive days is all it takes to create the daily ‘you’ time habit. Once the habit is formed, and if you allow it to be, meditation time out can be just as much a part of your daily rituals as brushing your teeth. [Read more…]
As with any human condition it is highly important to rule out medical reasons for an existing or recurring condition for our eating, where appropriate, as much as these can be diagnosed accurately. [Read more…]
Mindfulness is one of the easiest models, of behaviour to adopt, being useful both inside therapy sessions and helpfully, in your life generally. When you are living life, as we often do, on autopilot – moving from one task to the next, without any great thought (mindlessly), we start to preempt our next task, meeting, meal or whatever. [Read more…]
Do you ask for help? It’s all very well asking for help, but then I’m admitting:
- others cope
- others are smarter
- I’ve failed
- I’m less than
Really? [Read more…]
Who do you see?
When you look in the mirror, who do you see?
Do you see the role you play at work, the boss, the employee… your title? And if so, what happens if you lose that title, who do you see then? [Read more…]
I thought for some, it might be nice to ‘meet’ the counsellor! Here is a very short video of me sharing, well… me! [Read more…]
A short video introducing me and Anglia Counselling – and the emotive subject of Bereavement. [Read more…]
A short video introducing me and Anglia Counselling – and the emotive subject of Bereavement [Read more…]
Some of the most important words I ever embedded into my life are “It will pass”. And so ‘it’ did! Ask yourself: [Read more…]
…that wasn’t a metaphor! Or was it?
Actually, a walk in the park, the riverside, through town or just walking rather than driving where possible can be helpful, emotionally and physically. But you know this, right? [Read more…]