Too tired to think? Yet you have problems to solve? Problems that are driving you to distraction, keeping you awake at night, and playing havoc with your appetite. On top of that you have anxiety, your mind is exhausting every last ounce of your energy, and you have to get proactive? Yes you do! RelaxContinue reading “Problem Identification Without Thinking”
Tag Archives: Mental Health
Is Anxiety the True Cost of Living?
So many people suffer from anxiety nowadays that it seems almost endemic in everyday life. About 3 years ago I read that mental illness was the fastest growing illness in the western world, outstripping all the physical illnesses. Has it become a habit? Unfortunately social epidemics, lifestyles and behaviours, spread as quickly and widely asContinue reading “Is Anxiety the True Cost of Living?”
For anyone who doesn’t…
After an exciting week last week, this pretty much sums up my feelings right now. Last week I was full of enthusiasm, my get up and go was go, go, going, I was ready to take on the world and win. Today I couldn’t decided a) whether I was hungry, and b) what to haveContinue reading “Sigh”
A Great Saying?
I love a positive saying that brings light into the darkness. One that makes us realise that what happened in the past can plunge us into the dark, or be used as energy to catapult us into the light. There’s a funny thing about sayings though, you can love them, collect them, build positivity boardsContinue reading “A Great Saying?”
Totalitarian State of Mind
When you work hard to be a spiritual thinker, accepting the rights of others to exist in their own way, respecting the free will clause as set down by your God, it’s very hard to see what kind of a race humanity has become. It would be ridiculous to say that there weren’t millions, ifContinue reading “Totalitarian State of Mind”
The 25% Rule
This image doesn’t exactly represent the 25% rule, and yet that turtle in the vastness of the sea kind of does. It acts as a reminder that if you want to trawl through your past you have a long way to travel, no signposts, and it will all get lost in the enormity of yourContinue reading “The 25% Rule”
As I thought it was – it wasn’t It was the past But I was never real Because I was told things about me that turned out to have nothing to do with me I was told I was the only one everyone else was okay except me Wishful thinking no one else was okayContinue reading “Revelations”