Cognitive distortions or ‘unhelpful thinking styles’ are blips in our thinking that have us drawing conclusions that are often not remotely accurate. These conclusions can create a range of unhelpful behaviours. Unless we learn to notice and manage these thoughts they have a tendency to hijack us.more “Be careful what you tell yourself, you just might believe it!”
Welcome to part 4 of a 4 part blog on the Vagus nerve. This blog answers the question – How do I measure the happiness of my Vagus Nerve?more “Part 4 of 4: Monitoring your vagus nerve”
Four years ago I was living with nausea, crippling anxiety, chronic pain, the need to go to the bathroom up to 30 times a day, plus a heart that would go to 140 beats per minute just standing and sometimes race off to 250+ when I was doing nothing at all, not even standing.
It is always OK, to say you are not OK. There is help. Here is a list of resources to get you started.more “Help is at Hand”
I’m struggling with what authenticity means for me.
In my 20s I was very social, life and soul of the party, a legend in my own lunchbox and a few other peoples to boot. I was also not entirely secure, a little needy even. Definitely on the hunt for love romantic-comedy- style. My happy ever after. My own Mr Right.more “Authenticity & Me”