Mindfulness is a brilliant tool in managing unhelpful thoughts, behaviours and feelings. But it doesn’t work every time – here’s why:
If you’re feeling under the weather, here’s a picture and a few words to provide some shelter.
Facing a situation that you just can’t solve? Feeling that you’ve lost control; that it’s hopeless? Here’s a few words to help you regain a little control.
An exercise in Gratitude from Dr. Martin Seligman, bound to make others happy and you along the way!
What we eat plays a huge part in how we look, think and feel each day. So here’s a list of good mood foods to support you in eating and feeling well, or better.
Feeling the rage? Try asking yourself these questions to find a cooler, calmer and perhaps less forgiving frame of mind.
A child and adult-friendly analogy today to support you in managing thoughts.
Struggling with some difficult emotions? Hear about the meditation that’s working for me in a big way.
Some questions to help you re-evaluate how successful your day actually was.
My thoughts today on feelings of guilt and why this apparently useless emotion can actually prove itself to be quite inspiring if you know how to handle it.