The Work by Byron Katie is a great way to explore your own thoughts and the impact they have on your life. It centers around 4 questions. In this post, I dive into question 1.
Have you ever felt like you just couldn’t be around your partner in that moment? Like you wanted to leave? Or push them away? Yes, it’s completely normal. And no, it’s not a lot of fun. Here are some tried and tested tips I’ve built up over the years.
This week, I’m slowly starting to build my ‘self-care structure’. A stable foundation on which I can feel supported. As with anything, it’s baby steps at first. But it feels great to be heading in this direction.
Who holds the keys to your future and your happiness? Do you hold on to them firmly or give them away sometimes to… the weather? Family? That neighbour playing the drums at 2 a.m.?
My procrastination is an old friend and companion, but I’m no longer sure this relationship is beneficial. I’m ready, once more, to tackle my procrastination habit. Will you join me?
Most of us have stuff in our house we don’t really use. We all think we will sell it or donate it one day, and yet that day never seems to roll around. Why do we put this off? Why is it so hard to get rid of your old stuff?
During our lifetime, we make a lot of promises, to others, but also to ourselves. What happens with those promises you keep, and with the ones you don’t keep? What’s the impact of breaking your own promises to yourself?
Sometimes we meet a potential partner who ticks all the boxes, and yet we feel there’s that ‘something’ missing. You know, the ‘something’ of which we all know exactly what it is. But do we really?
I’ve acted like a jerk in the past, and perhaps you have too. It’s an uncomfortable realisation, and we’d rather run as far away from ourselves as we could. But there’s another strategy that might not be easier, but that works better. I tried it out.
How can you make the best use of your time, and your money, when going to a coach or therapist? Do you have any say in the matter?