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The Power of the Right Kind of Anger

How do you get angry? Do you let it build up and then blow up? Smile through it? Common amongst women. Do you clear your throat because you want to say something but find it hard to express what you truly feel and think? These are…
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Managing the Transition

In this blog I spoke about how I could feel the movement of life happening beneath my feet. It’s an exciting time, but one that can cause a certain amount of anxiety. Letting go of something that has been held so dear to you for so long…
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How Emotions Show Up In Your Body

Humans are intrinsically emotional beings. We are designed to express our emotions freely and openly, however many people tend to suppress emotions such as shame, fear and anger. Whatever the reason, suppressing emotions can have an impact…
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Curiosity Doesn't Kill You. It Makes You Stronger

Life is one big learning curve. We are constantly thrown challenges to overcome and obstacles to manoeuvre around. How we learn from these challenges and integrate them into our lives is entirely up to us. Part of our challenge is consciously…
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Are you a Mental Hoarder?

Have you heard of the term mental hoardering? Mental hoardering is when we clutter our mind with too much worry or overthinking. We think about something which has happened or that which hasn't yet happened and we mull over it for weeks…
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Power is not what you think it is

Power is an interesting word. Often when we think about someone who has power, or who is powerful we conjure imagery of someone who is in control, who has ability the do things the ‘average’ person can’t or has super human qualities. What…

Dealing with Difficult People

The most common question I get asked about my work is: "Do you take your work home?" The immediate answer is yes I do take my work home because my work is a part of who I am. But... I don’t take my clients’ problems home. This is…
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Integrating Emotions into your Body

Over the last few weeks I’ve experienced some intense emotions: grief, fear, anger and frustration. I could feel the tension in my body. It’s hard to do, but I continue to learn to try not to make sense of what is happening with my emotions…

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