Finding work that works for you, despite your anxiety

Many parents of children with selective mutism or anxiety disorders worry about their children’s future. The world as most of us know it is set up to work best for the person who can talk freely, think clearly and work well under pressure. What sort of job will a young person be able to get […]

Feeling stuck? Maybe you need to dream more …

Do you know what you’d like your future to look like? Do you have goals and plans, hopes and dreams? Do you spend much time imagining how your life will look and feel when you achieve these dreams? I am a firm believer in the power of intention, visualisation, and in particular, writing things down. […]

Anxiety versus Freedom – or do we need them both?

Have you ever experienced freedom whilst feeling anxious? Is that even possible??? I ask you this question because freedom is something I have been thinking about a lot lately, and especially so these past two days since joining Natalie Sisson’s 10 day Freedom Blog Challenge. In yesterday’s post I made some important realisations. I was […]

Are we there yet? Or is freedom actually the impossible dream …

I consider myself to be quite good at achieving my goals. Some take longer than others, that’s for sure, but I rarely find myself standing still … I’m always moving in the direction of something. The thing is, no matter what I do, or how much I achieve, there is always the underlying sense that […]