I admit I’m getting old, or, should I say, I am at an age that I would once have considered old. And that means life feels very precious—time is limited…
CONFESSIONS OF A PSYCHOTHERAPIST
Attending a Guardian course with Jon Reed on social media marketing, partly in order to let people know about my new book You Are What You Imagine: From Difficult Times…
A little saying I remember from my childhood sums up rather neatly why people don't change.
Do you veer between highs and lows and secretly think the middle way is boring? People who burn out certainly do this a lot. But try this Imagework exercise to find another way.
My life is a mirror of the person I was when I started to construct it. No wonder it doesn't seem to look like me now. What to do?
Not only can our mind makes us ill, and stop us from healing, by blocking the awareness we need, but illness itself can mess up our thinking. This mind/body business never gets boring!
Peace beyond all understanding, unconditional love, and overcoming burnout and fear of the future may all be one and the same. That simplifies things a bit.
This sentence "Eat what you like, but don't eat yourself up" came to me unbidden when I was falling asleep. It has been nourishing me ever since.
Why worrying is not living in truth and what you can do about it.
Things I worry about don't seem to happen, but it's not clear that means I should give up worrying.