Rise to Challenge

If there is a book to add to your bookshelf it would be Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’ book a Swiss-American Psychiatrist. We never know when we will have to Rise to the Challenge of Loss, Grief and heartache. The five stages of grief Kubler-Ross observed and wrote about are: Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance “Grief is universal.Continue reading “Rise to Challenge”

Some Gifts Are Priceless

Digital Priceless Gifts to share with Family & Friends which they can enjoy every day, not only at Christmas, or to start 2022 with a fresh approach to life’s challenges. These have been created by the No.1 in the World for Hypnotherapy. As a Hypnotherapist, Mum and Author, I know how Powerful these systems are.Continue reading “Some Gifts Are Priceless”

“A negative mind spawns only negative ideas” Napoleon Hill 

A negative mind spawns only negative ideas. It is a physical impossibility for a negative mind to generate positive thoughts. When you allow yourself to dwell on the negative aspects of life, negative thinking expands to fill all of your thoughts until there is no room for positive thoughts to grow. It becomes an endlessContinue reading ““A negative mind spawns only negative ideas” Napoleon Hill “

Fed Up?

When I’m feeling fedup, exhausted and stressed out or just don’t feel my cheery self. My go-to-selfhelp is ”Escape to the Beach.” You can read in testimonials What happened when people listened to “Escape to the Beach.” As it’s World Mental Health Day leave me your name and email and I will send you aContinue reading “Fed Up?”

Life Strategy Solutions

How can you judge others accurately if you have not learned to judge yourself accurately? “The ability to evaluate yourself and your performance objectively is critical to your relationships with others and will have an enormous impact upon the level of success you achieve during your lifetime. Unless you can honestly evaluate your strengths andContinue reading “Life Strategy Solutions”

New Academic Year 2021/2022

There is no legal definition of bullying. According to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC): “Bullying is behaviour that hurts someone else. It includes name calling, hitting, pushing, spreading rumours, threatening or undermining someone. “It can happen anywhere – at school, at home or online. It’s usually repeated over aContinue reading “New Academic Year 2021/2022”