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Making friends not enemies - a different approach to mindset and emotions

I want to pick up on something that I talked about in my previous blog post, which is that there are no quick fixes when it comes to emotional healing, particularly when it comes to childhood issues. I was suggesting that adopting a more gentle, kind and holistic approach to the healing process would benefit people struggling with the aftermath of developmental trauma. One of the other areas in which I see there is a real opportunity for us to do this in is in the work that I do with entrepreneurs. As a business owner and entrepreneur myself, I have had the opportunity to observe up close the highs and lows of running your own business. I have worked with lots of clients who are themselves s

There are NO quick fixes for emotional healing of childhood issues

This is a message for all of you who are dealing with the aftermath of a childhood where maybe your Dad was an alcoholic, maybe your parents were physically abusive to you, maybe you had a Mum who was not there for you emotionally, parents who did not love you unconditionally, or maybe you had a Grandad or Uncle who sexually abused you. Are you in the middle of trying to process and recover from these experiences? Are you giving yourself a hard time about not getting better quick enough or blaming yourself for having to go over what feels like the same issues again and again? If this is you, I want you to know that this type of trauma takes time to heal. The long term effects of childhood tr

“The tender, broken part of the heart is the doorway to true openness and the feeling of being fully

Over the summer break, I have really enjoyed listening to lots of speakers and teachers, something that I normally do not get time to do. I am usually pretty cynical about the stuff that is on YouTube, especially all the self-help gurus. I find the whole Facebook thing, with cliched memes and social media sound bites, often insincere, inauthentic and meaningless. There are a lot of people out there talking about emotional issues and offering solutions for how to deal with the emotional challenges that life chucks at us. Amongst all that online noise, and much to my surprise and delight, I have found some amazing content. Stuff that has restored my faith in social media. It can feel like the

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