Today I'm dropping in with a quick one discussing two things: the origins of our fear and sadness, maybe there's a story you're telling yourself that links to it; and how our expectations of ourselves are causing us to be both the victim and the villain. Click to play! xx
I've been angry and sad lately. Not in my personal life, because thankfully that's great, but with the state of the world and the negativity of the people in it. Today, I'm ranting about it all and seeing if we can be and see the light at all right now... Click to play! xx
It's important not to bottle up your feelings or let your thoughts ruminate in your mind for too long. And so, there's only one thing to do: let it all out... Click to play! x
I find that when I'm feeling low within myself (either sad or anxious or just off), I tend to catastrophise. To think that I'm doomed, I can't possibly get past it, and I'll feel this way forever. I don't think I'm alone in this. Firstly, let me say this: there's a difference between depression and… Continue reading Back to Basics: What to Do When Feeling Low
It's awful to feel stuck in life. To feel like you're going nowhere or that you're not where you want to be and feeling powerless in that fact. I have felt this way more times than I can count, as someone in my early 20s with anxiety and big dreams. And so, in one of… Continue reading How to Stop Feeling Stuck in Life (worksheet included)
Feel like a failure? Here's why you may be failing and what you can do to fix it...
Most of us don't like feeling sad. It's one of the emotions that are branded as "negative" and so we avoid feeling it. In fact, we avoid it so much that we deny it. We pretend we're fine when we're not. We'd sooner lie about it than tell anyone the truth of how we feel.… Continue reading Why We Need Sadness
This will be a short review, for this book isn't new and the author is well-known. It would be silly of me to tell you about this book because I'm sure you've all read it by now. Plus, this is actually the last John Green book that I've read; I've read all the others already.… Continue reading Book Review(ish): “The Fault in Our Stars” & Tahlia’s Memory