Anxiety

Here are some questions you can ask yourself if you are feeling anxious about an upcoming social interaction. Let’s for example imagine you want to ask someone out on a date. Question 1: What do...

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I read some research awhile back (I can’t remember where sorry!) that said that people’s spare time usually occurs in chunks of 40 minutes or less. The time I have to work on admin tasks...

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Procrastination Tip: Next Action

May 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

If you have a “B” task that you have been putting off (read here to find out what a “B” task is) try asking yourself what the “next action” required is. Your answer should be...

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Now that is this blog is starting to have a nice, wee community of readers (through the subscriptions and the Facebook page), I thought I’d experiment with doing a community project. Pleasure and sense of...

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Diagram about Anxiety I made another chart. This one is about Anxiety. Click here to view. I’ve now formatted the above doc as a pdf so you can easy print it. You can either print...

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Raw Spots – (Personal) Example

May 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’ve shared this example with a couple of clients to help illustrate the concept of raw spots, and the usefulness of developing an awareness of them. So, I thought why not post it here. A...

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Understanding alertness How alert you feel is determined by structures in the center of your brain. These structures get input from the front and back sections of your brain (the cortex and the cerebellum, respectively)....

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The Benefits of Non-Avoidant Coping Diary

March 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

This is a followup for people who have already done the Costs of Avoidance worksheet, and Avoidance and Suffering Diary, as outlined in the previous post here. If you’re a newer reader, you can easily...

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Another Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Audio Guide. Again, applies to both anxiety and depression. Topic is How Emotions affect Thoughts. Includes info about common thinking errors people make when they’re depressed or anxious, and the...

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I’ve decided to do some Cognitive Behavioural Therapy audio guides. This one applies to both depression and anxiety. Hope ya’ll like. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practical Self Help Tips – Listen or Download By Clicking...

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