Tag Archives: #anxietytherapy

So the world has changed, have you?

So since I last wrote my blog quite a lot has changed.  We have been faced with the realities of a pandemic which changed life for every one of us. Some of those changes have given many of us the chance to spend more time with our families, time to think about our lives and […]

How are we all doing ?

I guess we are all struggling with the development of the Covid-19 challenge. Some of us will find the loss of our normal routine hard to accept and adapt to.  Some of us will struggle with the lack of certainty; many of us are facing financial uncertainty as well as anxiety over our own health […]

How can I change things?

Have you ever … changed the picture? As humans we have the most amazing tool called the mind, an amazing piece of engineering. However as with many things, it can work for us but also against us. Have you ever dreaded blushing in an interview or feeling awkward in a  social situation and spent hours […]

The cage of anxiety

Ever found yourself turning down invitations? Not applying for promotion or new jobs? That’s often where anxiety gets you … or rather keeps you …    stuck in your own cage.   Anxiety always causes pain and understandably we’d all rather run away from pain than keep going towards it!  And as a strategy, avoidance works well. […]

Self-reflection: Part 2

In my previous blog about self-reflection I suggested keeping 3 lists over 7 days: What’s working well What’s not working so well What’s not working at all 1 What’s working well As you read through this list make a note of your personal strengths that you have drawn on which have contributed to the things […]