The Cycle of Change: Anger

The Cycle of Change: Anger Following on from last months cycle of change article about denial, the next stage of change and grief is anger. Now remember that these stages don’t just relate to grief in the traditional sense. You can grieve an old way of being because change can be scary and to let … Continue reading The Cycle of Change: Anger

Use Your Commute: 3 ways to switch off at the end of your work day

I am a Kinesiologist and as a Kinesiologist, I see a lot of clients for anxiety concerns. I would say that at least 80% of these clients are also unhappy in their current job, which contributes to their anxiety and they tend to find it less than easy to “switch off” at the end of … Continue reading Use Your Commute: 3 ways to switch off at the end of your work day

Stress Management

Relax and enjoy.

A “Small” Realisation…

In a matter of weeks, i've gone from working half a day per week to effectively working full time and then some! It hasn't been an easy adjustment but it has opened a thought process which I think is long over due and a realisation that sometimes, we need to be realistic about what and … Continue reading A “Small” Realisation…

The Ripple Effect of Stress: People You Care About

How does your stress effect the people around you?Without realising it, we often inflict our stress on other people, particularly those we love the most. When we have no personal outlet for it, it makes it's way to the surface, in our body and eventually out into the world around us. I've been inadvertently made to … Continue reading The Ripple Effect of Stress: People You Care About