Understanding the Difference Between Self-Esteem and Self-Worth

In the realm of personal development, terms like self-esteem and self-worth are often used interchangeably. However, they encompass different aspects of our psychological makeup. Understanding these differences can significantly impact our approach to personal growth...

How to work with feelings

Your feelings are important data for understanding yourself, your boundaries and how to make good decisions. However, feelings are not facts. They are an individual, internal response to a given situation, which is why feelings vary from person to person. Ideally,...

Stillness is the key to peace

Making time for stillness gives you the ability to feel more centred, grounded and spacious in your life and is a way to create more peace in a world which desperately needs it. To cultivate stillness I regularly practice meditation and go on silent retreats. Silence...
5 effective ways to manage stress you haven’t tried

5 effective ways to manage stress you haven’t tried

1. Breathe like a Navy Seal Navy Seals have a simple technique to manage stress, stay calm and think more clearly. To understand how such a simple process works you must understand the nervous system. As outlined more fully in our blog, Why you feel stressed, your...

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Why you feel stressed all the time

Why you feel stressed all the time

Stress is an unavoidable and often unwanted consequence of modern living. Every day you are bombarded by stressors from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep. You are jolted from sleep by an alarm, fight traffic or pray for your internet and technology...

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The 4 steps to make difficult conversations easier

The 4 steps to make difficult conversations easier

We all need to have difficult conversations, either at work or in our personal lives, so having a strategy for difficult conversations is crucial to successful relationships. Imagine how your relationships could improve if you had a template you could use every time...

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Train your mind with mindfulness

Train your mind with mindfulness

Meet Charlie the Westie You may find it surprising but your mind is very much like a puppy.  For comparison, let's start with my feisty, little West highland Terrier, Charlie.  Charlie was built to be active.  When he was a puppy he could barely walk straight when out...

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Is comparison good or bad for you?

Is comparison good or bad for you?

A little comparison can be helpful for motivation and to show you possibilities for change and growth. However, too much comparison can end up blocking your expression of your authentic self and may even contribute to low self-esteem and mental health issues. The...

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