Anxiety is high and it’s fuelling avoidance.
But that’s only making our anxiety worse, here’s why. Avoidance and anxiety are almost synonymous. It makes sense when we remember that anxiety is our ...Read More →
Teachers, this is your new ‘go-to’ strategy for when the unpredictable happens (which is everyday right?)
“You can’t calm the storm, so stop trying. What you can do is calm yourself. The storm will pass.” - Timber Hawkeye- What’s your ‘go-to’ ...Read More →
Turning To Comfort Food To Cope?
In a recent episode of my podcast, my guest mentioned that emotional eating is just one response to stress, a short term escape from whatever ...Read More →
Technology Has Its Tentacles In Every Part of Our Lives: How Can We Avoid Digital Burnout?
In chaotic times—war in Europe, natural disasters, an (endless?) pandemic—we often gravitate towards simple activities that give our brain a sense of predictability. In a ...Read More →
When is the right time to first speak with others about your depression or anxiety?
My professional guess is that some of you reading this possibly have experienced depression or anxiety, yet have never ever talked about it with anyone ...Read More →
Hangxiety: What happens when your anxiety & drinking collide?
I have no doubts about the benefits of hiring personal coaches for various aspects of our lives. Business coach? Absolutely! Relationship coach? For sure! Drinking ...Read More →
5 ways to help anxious kids and teens sleep
When kids and teens are anxious at bedtime it’s perhaps the most challenging time of the day for us, as parents, to respond in ways ...Read More →
School refusal: What you can do to help
On the way to school when our daughter was in grade 3 she read out a diary entry from her new favourite book series, Dork ...Read More →