No more walking away from pain

I always hear my brother talk about how his kickbox trainer motivates him with the phrase 'no pain, no gain’. When they have to take blows from the knees in the stomach, he prefers to shout, 'blood is good'. My relationship with pain elevated to a higher level in 2012. One Atlantic wave, one relaxing

By |2022-03-21T17:13:32+01:00March 21st, 2022|breakup, depression, fear of failure, inner critic, self care, trauma|0 Comments

depending or relying on?

Steven is smiling friendly as he tells me that he wakes up at night and ponders. He's somewhere in snowy Canada. Because he chose to have his own business, he doesn't feel like it's right to wake his wife up in the middle of the night. Steven is a dad of two. He has grown

Winter Dip

Out of all the things that people come to me for and what I coach people on, this topic remains a challenge for me. Maybe you know it as the Dip, the Blues or Winter Depression. If you're familiar with this experience you know what it feels like. If you don't know: getting out of bed seems

By |2022-03-14T05:00:37+01:00March 14th, 2022|burnout, depression, energized, fear of failure, FOMO|0 Comments

Intimidating Goals

2022 is here. For some reason, a new year creates both excitement, and anxiety. Setting bold goals for the new year can sometimes feel intimidating. We start the year optimistically, with big aspirations. We try to achieve every single goal on our lists, working towards a vision. But as the months go by, we realize

By |2022-03-14T04:55:58+01:00March 14th, 2022|expectations, fear of failure, goalsetting, inner critic|0 Comments

Celebrating Boundaries

December Holidays are days that we are meant to spend with our loved ones, but in many cases, these gatherings can get on our nerves. Family members asking awkward questions, criticizing our life decisions, and the list goes on. Sometimes, rather than a family reunion, it feels like entering the butcher. I want to share

By |2022-03-14T04:52:01+01:00March 14th, 2022|boundaries, expectations, family pressure, fear of failure|0 Comments
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