Guest author, Herbert, is a creative writer at Greatpaper. He values the importance of family towards his craft, and travels to give his writing a fresher perspective. He is fond of hiking, biking, and engaging in extreme sports. This week Herbert is sharing in our continued discussion on the subject of anxiety and his relapse with GAD. Continue reading “Choose to Come out on Fire from the Hells of Anxiety” »
Okay, to be truthful and perhaps more accurate, it MIGHT be alright through this one caveat. When I find unconditional acceptance for all! But what does that mean for us? Continue reading “Why It’ll Never Be Alright When” »
I provide CBT for many clients, mostly in-person, but also online. I am not, however, a one-trick-pony! CBT simply isn’t for everyone for a number of reasons. And if it is for you, how will you know? Continue reading “Is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) For Me?” »
Are you getting a regular, good night’s sleep?
Having spent almost two decades working 24/7 shifts, I understand only too well the impact this has on our health and relationships, and for our productivity in the workplace [Shift work and Sleep – via the Sleep Foundation]. I wrote about this subject a few years ago in my article, “Sleep … Ah, that’d be nice!”
Catherine provides a young voice and a touching account as our wonderful guest author for Day 4 of this week long series. She is courageous in sharing her story and I found when reading this account, whilst preparing it for publication, a number of thoughts and emotions. I felt incredible compassion but also a sense of hope – that with the determination Catherine holds, she will continue to grow trust in the world. Continue reading “Living with Anxiety – Day 4” »
…and this may extend to other family members!
An alarmingly high proportion of clients who engage with me for low self esteem, depression and anxiety, share the theme ‘lack of permission’ to be ‘good enough’ and of value, as much as anyone else on this planet!
So where does this originate from?
Welcome to 2013 everybody. Can we make it meaningful – and a more mindful year? The festivities are over, gifts given and received, food and drink consumed (as if we will never see food or drink again!), and family and friends met with. How was that for you?