I often wonder, do people think I am harsh, and simply saying, just pull yourself together? I assure you I am not, I am saying 'this is how we can pull ourselves together'. That is the difference. I believe truly, that simple and easy ways to help yourself are not taught, or when they are, … Continue reading Pull Yourself Together.
'The Biology of anxiety casts us out of the zone for excellence' Daniel Goleman. This is from a book called social intelligence, and although I read it many years ago, I didn't really read it, as in much of the information did not GO in, you ever have that, that your mind reads, without … Continue reading Don’t be Stressed, be Excellent Instead.
I went with my son today to help him enrol for college, and as I did so I noticed the language of others, like I do most anywhere, but particularly here I found it miraculous that when enrolling students staff are not taught about suggestive language. Of course my job is to pick up … Continue reading Time to Enrol…
The video below video is going around face book and quite beautiful it is, from a human perspective. If we project our life experience and place it onto the life of something else, then this scene is one of heartfelt amazement that could bring a tear to your eye. https://www.facebook.com/DZ51893/videos/10210842734459309/UzpfSTEwMDAxNDkxNTY4MTY5MDo0NDA3Mzk3ODMwOTk4NzQ/?id=100014915681690 The truth however, as … Continue reading The Bees Funeral
When you become aware of suggestive language, you understand the blessing and curse of generic statements. The one I have noticed, with myself and others, is that what happens inside of the house, becomes the houses fault. When you are on your way home and you have momentary bad feelings with the other people you … Continue reading It isn’t the Houses Fault
On my Facebook business page I wrote this status: "If you had a time machine, would you go back and relive the best day of your life or the most horrific? I am guessing it would be the first not the latter. Only when you dwell upon past events in your mind you bring into … Continue reading Effortless Effort is All it Takes!
When the psychotherapist Milton Erickson was a boy, a very observant boy. He would become so excited about being the first one to step in the crisp morning snow that he would get up early and rush out, making a twirly whirly foot print path. He noticed that everyone would follow his route, even though … Continue reading Overthinking Your Footprints.