Recent Blogs and Vlogs…

    Mind, Body, Stress & Disease

    Do you tend to think that illness and disease are either physical or psychological; in the mind or real and in the body? If you do, have you ever wondered where that idea came from and whether it is actually true?

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    Self-Esteem Is An inside job

    We often think of self-esteem as being caused by circumstance and how we compare with others, or how well we are doing in relation to others. In this video I offer the Energy-Flow perspective on how we can develop our self-esteem by looking inwards and reflecting out rather than the other way around.

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    What's The Difference Between Fear & Anxiety?

    We often assume that anxiety is simply amplified fear but that's not the case...anxiety is an umbrella term for what can be a diverse range of physical and psychological symptoms. Here's a vlog giving a little more detail...

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    How Do You Deal With A Horrible Boss?

    horrible bossI’ve just got off Skype with one of my coaching clients and she told me that she’s been having deeply uncomfortable experiences at work because of a horrible boss. She doesn’t know how to deal with the situation or how she feels.

    On some occasions the boss can be really mean and on other occasions really pleasant. While I’m sure her boss is not consciously trying to manipulate; playing Jekyll and Hyde is straight out of the Effective Manipulation textbook. The outcome is that my client rationalizes away her uncomfortable emotions and does nothing to address the position she finds herself in.

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    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Ultimate MindBody Disease

    fatgiue&painv2v6Here is an excellent guest blog post by my colleague, Rebecca Metro

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is the ultimate mind/body disease, and provides a very clear illustration as to how the mind and body interact, creating either health (balance) or disease (imbalance). In CFS and other functional illnesses like Fibromyalgia, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome, the functioning of the HPA-AXIS is disrupted, causing overwork of the Hypothalamus,which in turns signals the sympathetic and immune systems to go into 'overdrive', causing debilitating symptoms.

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