From the category archives:

Anger

Our words matter.  What we say has an impact not only on ourselves , but on everything around us. Our words can literally shape our reality. Watch this extraordinary film to see what I mean…. Speak soon…..

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If you were not brought up to accept your anger and express it in a ‘clean’ way, you may see anger as ‘bad’ or ‘negative’. CiCi Collins, Anger Management Consultant, talks about anger and why we need to embrace it. The interview lasts 12 minutes. Click here for the interview I’d love to hear any thoughts you […]

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Compassion & Empathy

by Julie on April 28, 2010

Sometimes it can be really challenging to have compassion for someone, who is angry or suffering. Being empathetic, and putting yourself in their shoes, can really take some practice too. I often talk about the importance of being able to identify our feelings, so that we can get to what’s underneath. Conflict only arises when […]

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Do people ‘ruffle’ you?

by Julie on March 28, 2010

I receive a daily email from Neale Donald Walsch (author of ‘Conversations with God’). I got a message today and I’d like to share it with you, because I think regardless of your particular religious beliefs, Neale has something really useful to say. Here it is….. On this day of your life, jules, I believe God wants […]

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Me and my shadows…

by Julie on February 16, 2010

Do you ever find that you behave differently with different people?  You may not have given this much thought before, but you probably do that because you feel more comfortable showing certain aspects of yourself to specific individuals. Obviously most of us prefer not to be ‘judged’, and although being ‘judgemental’ might be considered to […]

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