It’s so important to explore your feelings. I write about this often because the way I see people changing is through ‘feeling work’. I’ve not seen it work many other ways. I know that if you hold down a demanding job and/or life you think that going into your feelings is dangerous territory. You’re scared you’re … Continue reading Exploring your feelings is the key to success in life + work.
It’s really difficult to feel like we’re holding back tears at the photocopier, or are too anxious to focus in a meeting, or find ourselves numbly staring at our computer screen. Firstly I need to get this out of the way: it is normal to experience difficult feelings at work. If we’re going through a … Continue reading How to Cope with Overwhelming Feelings at Work.
Having any kind of challenge around food is really difficult. We can’t go teetotal on food (not without severe circumstances) so it’s something we tend to struggle with at least three times a day. This adds to how torturous and endless it feels to have an eating disorder. When we are experiencing a difficulty with … Continue reading
We are imperfect creatures. We forget what our friends told us. We talk about ourselves too much. We ask about others too little. We expect too much from others. And in spite of this we still balk at THEIR oddness. “God, look at her jabber on”. When in reality we all have our own brand … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about how being comfortable isn’t that useful if we want to grow personally or professionally. And that in fact, it’s important to to be unsure, and confronted at times with different perspectives. It’s wonderful that the jury isn’t out, but undecided, and still in session. It shows there is … Continue reading Here’s what attitude you need to truly change.
I think that experiencing pleasure has become an act of rebellion in our society. We often discount spending time lustfully enjoying food; telling silly stories with our friends; or hanging out with our families or partners. It’s considered a waste not an effective use of time. So many of us sadly have so much guilt … Continue reading