Working With Anxiety: Acceptance (Part 2)

Breaking The Cycle of Anxiety with Curiosity In the previous post I talked a little about the ‘close friend’ exercise, as a way of responding to our own anxiety in a more useful and compassionate way. One of the great things about this exercise is that we can take a step back from our anxiety, [...]

Questioning Our Beliefs About Anger – Part 4

Questioning Our Beliefs about Anger - Part 4 Anger is a very common emotion with a broad range - from mild irritation to explosive wrath. People convince themselves of all sorts of things when it comes to their anger – most of which, if not all, are demonstrably unuseful and damaging. So over the next [...]

Questioning Our Beliefs About Anger – Part 3

I can’t just let them get away with it. Anger is a very common emotion with a broad range - from mild irritation to explosive wrath. People convince themselves of all sorts of things when it comes to their anger – most of which, if not all, are demonstrably unuseful and damaging. So over the [...]

Questioning Our Beliefs About Anger. Part 2

Many of us think it is better to let your anger out than to just bottle it up Anger is a very common emotion with a broad range - from mild irritation to explosive wrath. People convince themselves of all sorts of things when it comes to their anger – most of which, if not [...]

Questioning Our Beliefs About Anger – Part 1

Questioning Our Beliefs About Anger Anger is a very common emotion with a broad range - from mild irritation to explosive wrath. People convince themselves of all sorts of things when it comes to their anger – most of which, if not all, are demonstrably unuseful and damaging. So over the next few blogs I [...]