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...

Is your Relationship stuck in a Distancer/Pursuer Pattern?

The distancer/pursuer pattern is a common relationship dynamic where one partner seeks more intimacy and connection (the pursuer), while the other seeks more autonomy and space (the distancer). While it can be evident in everyday interactions, it is more pronounced...
Stillness is the key to peace

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...

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Self-love: The secret sauce of relationship success

Self-love: The secret sauce of relationship success

In the quest for fulfilling relationships, we often overlook a fundamental truth: the most important relationship you will ever have is the one with yourself. This relationship sets the tone for all others, influencing your interactions, your choices, and your overall...

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Love and Limits

Love and Limits

Healthy relationships are built on a foundation of love and limits (boundaries). Love provides the warmth, connection, and security that nourish relationships, while boundaries (or limits) establish the respect, autonomy, and individuality necessary for personal...

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7 ideas for a more connected and meaningful new year

7 ideas for a more connected and meaningful new year

As the new year unfolds, it offers a fresh start for you to imagine your life anew. A life well lived is one rich with connection, purpose and meaning. Whatever that means to you is up to you. Your ability to live in alignment with your life’s vision is success....

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How to discover your purpose

How to discover your purpose

In a world brimming with possibilities and choices, finding your true purpose can sometimes feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. One of the things that gives me the most job satisfaction is helping clients to uncover what is most important and meaningful to...

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Navigating end-of-year burnout: A guide to renewal

Navigating end-of-year burnout: A guide to renewal

As the year draws to a close, many of us are finding ourselves grappling with a sense of exhaustion and burnout. The accumulated stress of the year's challenges, both personal and professional, can leave you feeling drained and overwhelmed. This is not an ideal state...

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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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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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How to stop feeling so responsible for others

How to stop feeling so responsible for others

If you read the 7 signs you are overly responsible for others and you’re clear that you do take on too much responsibility, the natural question that arises is, how do you stop feeling so responsible for others? Being overly responsible can be a heavy load to carry...

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