I don’t believe any of us escape from experiencing periods in our lives when sleep seems so hard to come by. It doesn’t matter how tired we feel, 11pm, becomes 1am, becomes 3.30 in the morning and there we are, wide awake, staring up at the ceiling
People often talk about self-esteem like it’s a separate entity. As if it is something we have complete control over and can choose to change at any given moment.
Are you wondering how to manage anxiety? It may be so commonplace that it feels that every day is filled with the same feelings of dread. However, have you ever taken time to truly explore…
We all have times in our lives when we become overwhelmed, and we are unsure about how to resolve the issue at hand. I’m guessing if you are reading this that you might be in a similar position.
Thoughts and emotions are crazy, messy, and often unpredictable.
“The results of a 2020 study suggested people typically have more than 6,000 thoughts per day.”
I’ve been reading Start with Why by Simon Sinek. Although this is a book aimed at businesses or entrepreneurs it got me thinking about the people who achieve their therapeutic or coaching goals most easily.
Amongst the highlights were seeing Freud’s famous couch, as well as his desk and bespoke designed chair.
It feels like I cannot pick up a news article right now without something being said about office workers refusing to return to the office. No one seems to want to share an office anymore. People spent months working from home during the pandemic and many liked it so much they are reluctant to return to the office.