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January 13, 2023

Emotional resilience is the ability to cope mentally or emotionally with a crisis, or to return to pre-crisis status quickly. Lack of emotional resilience can be problematic, causing you to dwell on problems, feel victimised, become easily overwhelmed, or turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as substance abuse. If you find some thoughts or feelings too difficult to cope with, or feel like you’re under too much stress, building your emotional resilience can really help - and luckily it is a trait you can develop!

December 7, 2022

Unless you are still with your childhood sweetheart, it is inevitable that your current partner has experienced a past without you in it. Meeting and dating later in life will undoubtedly mean your partner has accumulated some form of ‘baggage’ along the way, as most likely you have too. This could be emotional baggage, where you or your partner are still experiencing the residual emotional effects from past situations (most of us have this in abundance, a topic for another day!) or, the focus of todays blog, which is baggage in the physical form of your partners family, associations, ex partners or children.

December 7, 2022

For anxiety and panic relief – Barry McDonagh DARE by Barry McDonagh is a book/Audio I must have recommended to every client I work with who has anxiety. The DARE technique is the most powerful natural solution to ending panic attacks and feelings of general anxiety I am yet to come across. There is also a free app you can download which is really helpful in times of emotional crisis (search Dare: Panic and anxiety relief).