So you wake up how do you feel? You go to work, meet up with friends but still feel rubbish. There is something you are not happy with and the only thing you can think of that there is something wrong with yourself. This could be your weight, your appearance or just to be happier in general.
How often do you think about the past? The good times but also the bad and The mistakes you made. This end up clouding your judgement and stopping you from being truly happy right now.
This week’s blog is going to explain why you find it hard to let go of the past and stop it impacting on your life.
How often do you feel scared or anxious? And it is holding you back from doing what you want.
I want to show you how you can start to limit the impact of fear, tension and anxiety in your life.
Firstly, pick a situation that makes you feel scared or anxious; something that is unique to you and that you want to sort out.
How often do you feel stuck in your life? You feel you are doing the same things every day, not moving forward.
Maybe you are at the same job you have been at for years and bored with doing the same task every day, seeing the same people and not feeling fulfilled, respected or challenged with the job at hand.
You want new experiences, to see new things, meet new people and be happy but something is holding you back.
How often do you feel like there is something wrong but are not sure what?
Do you need something to quell that emotional tension and to know what the next steps are to being happy?
I received a question asking how to stop loving someone that is not able to love you back.
Trying to get over another is something that everyone has to do at one point or another.
You have feelings for someone that they do not share, whether you have been in, or want to be in a relationship with them.
Your emotional heart strings are there desperately trying to get them to love you back.
Hello and welcome back to the Therapy in London Blog
Last week I introduced the notion of there being a difference between being a thinker or a feeler.