In everyday parlance “anxiety” simply refers to sensation of worry and apprehension. Worrying is the fuel for anxiety and keeps it going which is why I focus my work on the ‘worry habit’ that comes with this disorder. With one in 13 people living with generalised anxiety disorder it has become our most common mental health issue today.
Our beings are considered to be two separate entities, the mind and body. When it comes to our physical being we generally have daily habits such as washing, eating and exercises etc to take care of our bodies. But what do we do for our mind/mental health to ensure this is just as well looked after as our physical being?
The practise of gratitude is one of the most powerful things you can do to bring happiness and success to your life. It is a humble practise that is sure to reduce worry, anxiety and negative thoughts. Gratitude practise directs your mind towards the positive aspects of your life and naturally transforms you into a positive thinker.
More and more people are hiring Life Coaches these days to deal with their personal and professional problems. Coaching is a booming industry with an estimated value of 2.4 billion dollars in the US alone.
This month saw the release of my 2 years in the making self-help book ‘Be a Warrior Not a Worrier’
I have been in hiding away in a safe little bubble for the last 2 years as I wrote day and night for months and published my first book. This month however, was time to break out and do my hard work proud with a public book launch.