Posts Tagged: anxiety
Anxiety can be a shady character and can often appear in ways that don’t look like anxiety. Because of this, it can be difficult to know when your child is anxious. Anxiety has been doing its thing since the beginning of humans, and it’s brilliant at it. What it’s not so great at is announcing its presence in gentle, clear ways that preserve the capacity for any of us to meet it with a strong, steady, ‘Oh, there you are,’ and an even more powerful, ‘It’s okay, I’m safe – you don’t need to be here right now’.
Where anxiety comes from and why it feels the way it does – and a super-simple, super-powerful way to switch it off.
How to Talk to People When Anxiety Gets in the Way
Anxiety has a way of crashing the party and making it difficult to talk to anyone. Here’s how to talk to talk to people and shine when anxiety gets in the way.
Why we make mistakes or stumble during a performance – on the field, on the stage or in front of an audience. Here’s how to stop it happening, so you can make an impression for all the right reasons.
Sometimes anxiety can drive you to avoid things that are worth avoiding, but then there are the other times when it drives you away from the things that would be brilliant for you. Understand why, and learn a technique to retrain your magnificent brain so you can expand your world and move more bravely into it.
A proven way to feel more confident, more powerful, and less anxious in two minutes.