I’ve often thought of anxiety as a problem to be solved in my mind. Today, though, I wonder whether it isn’t actually something much more useful… like a sign that the way I’m living isn’t as fulfilling as it could be. Here’s why…
Here’s some words from Mel Robbins that are helping me right now. Maybe they can help you too…
Dealing with an excess of negative thoughts right now? Here’s a way to not only interrupt, but to flip these thoughts on their head.
If you’re a people-pleaser like me, you’ll likely go to any length to avoid letting people down. And yet actually, that’s exactly what you – and I – should do more of. Here’s why:
What would you do if you weren’t afraid? As far as questions go, this isn’t especially original or imaginative, but it’s useful all the same.
When unwanted emotions strike, do we take the time to acknowledge which emotions we’re actually feeling?
Here’s why we should, why it matters…
Are you waiting to feel motivated selfless or creative? Are you waiting to believe in yourself? Here’s why you should stop waiting and take action instead!
If, like me, your confidence has taken a hit amidst the global upheaval, here’s a strategy that might help turn your ‘can’ts’ into ‘cans’… no matter what they are.
In a world so abundant with strategies and self-help, it can become habit to seek guidance from others.
Often though, the best advice can be found much closer to home. Perhaps being in lockdown might even help us find it.
Falling victim to self-doubt and unhelpful self-talk? Use this question to focus on something better.