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‘I felt awful I missed the meeting this morning.’ ‘At least you made it into work this time!’ ‘Yea, I guess so…’   We’ve all experienced the bitter aftertaste of a put-down which caught us completely unawares. How do you typically respond? If you’re anything like me, you’ll think

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Life roles; how to have them serve and support you by bringing the subconscious or unspoken into the conscious and communicated   So how do you begin to shape your life roles so they serve and support you? The biggest way is to bring what is usually

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Life role expectations; how to avoid incompatibility   Your own subconscious expectations   One of the most subtle but debilitating ways our life roles can destroy us is by the subconscious emotional baggage that each of us carry, suddenly exposed when we take on new roles. I encountered this

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It’s natural to sometimes feel anxious or stressed when receiving criticism however we should never underestimate the impact anxiety and stress has on us. Both stress and anxiety can have far-reaching effects which can seep into almost all areas of our life, leaving us feeling

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Take your example of a time when someone criticized you and explore if there was anything you agreed with, even if it was just agreeing with the fact you could have spoken softer in the moment.   Although it’s often hard to recognize the part we have

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