Tag: coaching

Can’t afford Coaching or Therapy? Then try Co-counseling :-)

Apologies for not having posted since Friday..My laptop has been very slow so I have found it extremely hard getting stuff done on it. In this post I would like to introduce Co-coaching to those of you who have never heard of it.. My… Continue Reading “Can’t afford Coaching or Therapy? Then try Co-counseling :-)”

Blogger recognition award-I am humbled!

  This blog post today is to officially accept my nomination for the ‘Blogger recognition award‘ by the lovely https://perceptionschange.wordpress.com I am very humbled by the nomination, especially as this blogger is a mental health blogger. She writes about her own experience with depression… Continue Reading “Blogger recognition award-I am humbled!”

Coaching takes courage

This new coaching chapter in my life is giving me great joy and fulfillment. It isn’t something I ever really imagined myself doing a few years ago and now that I am, I am very much enjoying the interaction with people on a one… Continue Reading “Coaching takes courage”

Keep going, you can do it!

The importance of persistence

When some of us decide to take on a new goal, we tend to put in a lot of effort at the beginning and then as time progresses we don’t sustain the same effort to reach it. This is sometimes the case when people… Continue Reading “The importance of persistence”

Take control of your own healing

Every healing journey is unique to each person. No journey should be judged, minimised or discounted. Whether it is childhood abuse, emotional, sexual or physical abuse, domestic abuse, grief, a single trauma or multiple traumas, nobody has the right to criticize someone else’s journey.… Continue Reading “Take control of your own healing”

The importance of resilience

So what is resilience and is it common? Resilience can be defined as an individual’s ability to properly adapt to stress and adversity. It is about an individual’s ability to manage difficult emotions that arise in times of difficulty, without supressing them. Research shows… Continue Reading “The importance of resilience”

Our choices have to reflect our values

I have met many people who have very strong morals and values and are stuck working in a company that doesn’t reflect these in the slightest. I have also met people who are lucky enough to actually have a job that reflects their values… Continue Reading “Our choices have to reflect our values”

Tackle goals one at a time

When you have set yourself a goal that you want to reach, you might set the actions you want to take (to achieve your goal) too high! By too high I mean that they aren’t achievable due to many factors such as lack of… Continue Reading “Tackle goals one at a time”

Procastination, perfectionism, negative thinking? We all have something we do that makes our life more difficult

Humans are fallible beings and we all have moments where we over-complicate the way we live our lives. It is very difficut to balance our work-family-personal life without getting overwhelmed. There are always those overly boring tasks that we always put off or that… Continue Reading “Procastination, perfectionism, negative thinking? We all have something we do that makes our life more difficult”