1 – 2 – 3 ….click and you’re on the way to smiling again 😍
I just LOVE the smiles of pure joy on these faces…..enjoy and share the happiness jumping out from this video…. Coach Lin
How many time in your life have you been told to ‘Grow UP!’ or indeed how many times have you said those words……and what do we mean by this?
Clearly its a comment on behaviour that is seen as ‘child like’ or ‘immature’ in the eyes of the sayer……..but is it? To them perhaps the actions of the accused are seen to be unacceptable but do they have the right to judge that? Probably not, because even the saying of this indicates that person too may need to heed their own advice.
So what does ‘Growing up’ really mean? Continue reading “Never be too grown up to play! “
As I sit here on my balcony in sunny Mexico it is easy to see the world in all its glory. To look out at the ocean and admire the colours, the sounds, the smells. To see the deepness of the blue sky and feel wonder at the depth of colour. It is easy to feel good in such a place.
But it was not always so.
I too have seen the dark and cold side of life. Continue reading “Feeling Good – Our Natural State.”
Are you SELFISH? And is this a bad thing?
I am sure most of you would agree that we think of selfish people in a bad way, in fact it is often a complaint I hear from clients about their partners behaviour. We can attribute many qualities into the word selfish, such as inconsiderate, arrogance, self obsessed; generally words that we would not want to be used about ourselves.
So to be thought ‘selfish’ is not something we generally want!
And this is where I often come up against resistance when working with clients, because at the route of much unhappiness, is the feeling of no control & lack of confidence, caused by a deeply ingrained need not to be a selfish person. And in the case of girls and women, this gets amplified by the role of care-giver we are encouraged to play from early in life. We give up our own views and desires to appear generous, kind or a team player so as to avoid the selfish tag.
So why do I consider this to be a problem? Continue reading “Are You Selfish?”