In this bonus step I talk about how to deal with Victim MentalityRead More
If the emergency oxygen masks drop down,put your own mask on first. This will decrease the risk of you passing out before being able to help your children or other passengers.
Air safety instructionRead More
This step is all about finding and strengthening your sense of who you are.Read More
At the heart of good self esteem is self acceptance. And self approval.
If you can’t accept yourself, you certainly can’t approve of yourself.Read More
We all, each and every one of us, have a strong fundamental need to feel safe and secure in life. We need to feel physically safe, financially safe and emotionally safe. Wanting to feel safe and secure has nothing to do with ‘being insecure’ – it’s just human. We all have needs, and that’s normal.
But if we feel insecure out of context, when there is no real threat and our feelings really stem from our own history of being rejected, cheated on, or feeling abandoned, then the insecurity itself can become the problem.
This step helps you deal with insecurity in relationships.Read More
In this step 6 we explore why continually seeking approval can be counter productiveRead More
In this next blog I talk about the pitfalls of always comparing yourself with others and how social changes over the last 100 years or so has changed social behaviours.Read More
Step 4 in the series to improve self esteem looks at overcoming an inferiority complexRead More
Step 3 - stop self blame. Excessive self-blame goes hand in hand with low self-esteemRead More
Have you experienced being confident in your preparations and then as the big day approaches it all just seems to crumble away? You can do something to manage that.Read More
Can the mind create real injuries? In what other ways can you get in your own way?Read More
Are you carrying baggage from something that happened in the past? Have you found yourself ‘labelled’. If it’s time to move on from that, read on.Read More