Posts Tagged ‘anxiety’

Giveaway: This Book Will Make You Calm

As a thank you to my readers, I thought I’d do my first-ever giveaway: a copy of This Book Will Make You Calm by Dr Jessamy Hibberd and Jo Usmar. Sadly, it is not a magic book. It is not an amulet and will not in itself make you calm – but wouldn’t it be […] Read more…

I’m An Introvert and That’s Ok

I’m an introvert and that’s ok. It’s who I am – but it has taken me a long time to accept that fact. We introverts can be misunderstood, you see: our shyness can be mistaken for rudeness; our preference for reading a book over attending a big gathering assumed to be a tendency towards being […] Read more…

I Stepped Off The Hamster Wheel – And I Liked It

Blimey – I haven’t blogged for nine days. NINE days! And as much as I love my blog and blogging, stepping off the hamster wheel for a while did me good. Since I wrote my first post about Hugo in April 2014, I’ve written pretty much every day. Blogging has been my therapy, an outlet […] Read more…

In What or Whom Do You Trust?

As much as we might like to kid ourselves otherwise, we do not have complete control over everything in our lives. Instead, we hold hope, faith, wish for luck. We trust. Without trust, our society, our lives would be very unpleasant indeed. We trust our partners and spouses to remain faithful. We trust our children […] Read more…

Preparing to Face the Fear

What do you do when faced with having to do something you fear? a) Fear? What’s that? I fear nothing! b) Run away! c) Hide and hope it will go away. d) Face it head on – show it I’m not scared! e) Do everything you can to best prepare for everything it may present […] Read more…

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