Emotional Safety

Emotional Safety

Emotional Safety

Establishing emotional safety is an important step in order to start reforming the way you relate to the world. When I say the world I mean the everyday situations you find yourself in.

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Why Do I Think So Much?

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Why it is that your thoughts come up over and over when you are trying to do other things, such as work or indeed nothing at all, such as sleeping. We finished on the fact that our thoughts are a gateway to connect to our emotions; Helping you to understand and solve issues in your life.  However, for lasting results, you need to find out the root cause of why these thoughts keep on coming up.  By doing this you can start to dispel the underlying emotions from your life so that they no longer impact you on a daily basis.

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Know Yourself

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It is important to get to know yourself, both, what makes you happy and also sad. So that you know if there is something wrong and the best next steps to fix it. 

It’s easy to notice the good but you are taught to run from the bad or hard to feel emotions such as anger, sadness and anxiety. The detriment to running is that you will never know what’s making you sad and how to fix it.

Below are my 4 steps to help you understand your thoughts and feelings so that you can uncover what is wrong.

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How To Stop Being Lazy?

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 Do you find that you feel lazy and never want to do anything new?

For example if your friends ask you to go out, do you say no because you can’t be bothered to get ready, travel there and make conversation even though you know you will have fun? Or do you delay doing something such as a piece of work or tidying up?

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How To Be Less Shy


How often do you feel shy in your daily life?

How often do you feel shy? Do you feel shy all the time or just with new people? Do you find yourself in a social situation with people you have never met before and you feel so shy that you don’t even want to say a word?

Thoughts go through your head such as ‘I don’t want to make a fool of myself’ or ‘They are not interested in what I have to say’. Then the moment passes and you feel like a failure. You wish you could have said what you wanted to say and act confidently like everyone else does.

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