Here’s Why You Should Not Check Your Phone In The Morning!
Do you check your mobile phone within minutes of waking? Our mobile phones are an ‘extra limb’ for many. Do you wonder how you ever functioned without your phone which is now your calendar, alarm clock, music player, multiple APP provider and portable email ‘in-box’? We rely so much on our mobile phones that we […]Read Article
What You Need To Know About Anxiety
Are you ‘battling’ with, or ‘fighting’ anxiety? These two words are commonly used by anxiety sufferers describing their current life situation. You may be surprised to discover that using language such as ‘battle ‘or ‘fight’ doesn’t help to decrease anxiety. Would you feel relaxed with a sword constantly in your hand, continually trying to ‘fend […]Read Article
Challenging the belief that success in life is solely dependent on academic achievement
I’m super passionate about empowering people to live their best possible life. I have had worked with many students, teachers, parents and schools over the past 14 years and as a result of that experience and insight, I have a wealth of knowledge regarding the psychological challenges that many students experience. What I’ve discovered is […]Read Article
Anxiety – Why Your ‘Safe Place’ Isn’t Quite So Safe!
If you are struggling with anxiety, then you may be aware of the debilitating effects. Having helped many people though anxiety over the past 14 years, I’ve seen, heard and witnessed the biggest problems that people with anxiety face. Having personally experienced anxiety myself many years ago, I know how it can impact someone’s life […]Read Article
Mental Health Within The Workplace
Do you spend all day on a computer within your work-place? If so, there is the possibility that it could be detrimental to your mental health. One particular study carried out by Chiba University in Japan concluded that spending more than 5 hours a day on a computer significantly increases the risk of psychological disorders […]Read Article
Beat Anxiety With This Simple Tip!
A very large misconception about anxiety is that it is a condition or illness. Having worked with an endless number of clients with anxiety throughout my career, I definitely see it as a ‘symptom’. Anxiety doesn’t rise without roots. The most common ‘roots’ in my experience include: Past Trauma (abuse, bullying, bereavement, etc. Current life […]Read Article
Attitude Is More Important Than An A*
Having worked within the education system as a coach, and motivational speaker I’m aware of the pressures faced by students. When I first started sharing my knowledge within schools, I was shocked by what I discovered – a huge accumulation or issues including low eating disorders, low self-confidence and self-esteem, anxiety and stress made themselves […]Read Article