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.
What we present to the outside world shows itself in the way we hold our bodies. Do we lead with the head or with the heart? And what could the effects be?
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.
What kind of things do you usually say to yourself? We often repeat the same thoughts every day, but which ones do you really WANT to repeat? Here are 9 things you can repeat to yourself on a daily basis to feel happy, grounded and grateful.
You’ve got a wonderful new relationship. Everything looks peachy and there’s no way you’re screwing this one up. Until, somehow, you find yourself in familiar territory again…
What is there to enjoy in this present moment? What’s stopping you from having fun? And how can you try to silence that sense of wanting control?
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?
How would you describe a traumatized person? And what does your trauma look or feel like? I’ve dealt with different kinds of trauma over the past three years, and here are some of the key things I’ve learned so far.
You think you’ve finally dealt with an issue, and then, out of the blue, you find yourself right back where you were 3 years ago, facing the same thoughts and feelings, acting in the same irrational way. Sounds familiar?