Keep CALM and carry on

One of the great skills in life – perhaps even more important than learning new ways to respond to difficult thoughts, feelings, and sensations – is being able to… 858 fler ord

Awareness

What Is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?

When you look up treatments for anxiety, one of the main methods that come up is CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy). While I am a big advocate for this kind of therapy myself, there is another kind of therapy that I believe will change the way many people treat their anxiety: acceptance and commitment therapy. 782 fler ord

Mental Health

Returning to Consciousness: 'Close Connections' Reviewed (3/4)

Given the current sequence on Greyson’s book, it seemed a good time to republish this sequence of four posts over the next three weeks.

At the end of the last… 1 279 fler ord

Spirituality

Dealing with anger - tips

It’s another warm day in this beautiful world and I thought it’d be appropriate to write a little again. Today I thought it’d be fun to discuss anger, one of the strongest emotions a human being can go through. 1 276 fler ord

Learning

Returning to Consciousness: 'Close Connections' reviewed (2/4)

Given the current sequence on Greyson’s book, it seemed a good time to republish this sequence of four posts over the next three weeks.

At the close of the previous… 1 376 fler ord

Spirituality

Acceptance is key

Many of us will at times suffer from poor sleep. And I find any insights on how to improve sleep are usually gratefully received.

There is a lot of advice available on how to replace thoughts and behaviours that are keeping us awake with thoughts and behaviours that increase the chance of sleeping. 110 fler ord

Mindfulness

Building Resilience By Working with the Emotions

Difficult emotions are a normal part of human existence. Even the most resilient of people still experience unpleasant emotions as they face challenges in life, from the every day hassles of stressful jobs and the work-life juggling act, to the more serious events such as job loss, poor health or bereavement. 879 fler ord

Career Guidance