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My distraction list, helps with unhelpful thoughts and behaviours

2019-03-11T16:37:34+00:00

One of my favourite methods to deal with negative emotions from sadness to anxiousness, anger to negative thoughts is a distraction, this can also be used to break a craving cycle for those trying to overcome habits or unhelpful behaviours My life is amazing in many ways, and I have lots to be thankful for yet I also find many times feeling down, sad, angry, jealous, and beating myself up. I won't go into detail as my friends read this blog and they've heard it many times before. ( You know who you are and thank you x) Occasionally I allow [...]

My distraction list, helps with unhelpful thoughts and behaviours 2019-03-11T16:37:34+00:00

Not your normal “run post”

2019-03-02T20:05:44+00:00

Not some “check out how far I ran post”. For those who know me, know that I am the opposite of a natural runner. I am a shire horse made for pulling large weights slowly, not for floating elegantly across the pavements. Am I proud of myself for going for a run: yes Am I pleased with my speed? Yes ish. Time isn't what I care about, I made it round without stopping. My time was very slow but I never walked and I never gave up and goodness knows I wanted to. Here are some of the thoughts that went [...]

Not your normal “run post” 2019-03-02T20:05:44+00:00

I am happy and fat!

2018-09-18T13:51:05+00:00

“I’m happy being fat! “No truly I am look, I’m happy and cheerful, life and soul of the party, so what if I’m overweight, fat doesn’t equal miserable and I’m here to show people that’s it’s ok to be fat and happy. I’m beautiful and fat. Look how much energy I’ve got! I’m happy being fat and I wouldn’t want to be miserable and thin.” Yes I’m with you, I’m certainly not saying that fat and happy and energetic and beautiful isn’t possible but what if you could be healthier and happier and more energetic? [...]

I am happy and fat! 2018-09-18T13:51:05+00:00

7 Practical ways to help your child or teenager to cope with stress

2018-03-15T09:43:45+00:00

Make sleep a priority Teenagers need a minimum of 8 hours up to about 10 hrs a night, with most research favouring over 9 hours. This is critical to their ability to cope, learn and manage stress. Sleep helps with weight management, stress and anxiety, ability to cope, ability to learn, ability to concentrate. Don’t laugh as there are ways to get your kids to agree to this, but electronics in bedrooms has a negative impact on sleep cycles. There is no research that I can find anywhere that says ‘watching tv or playing Xbox or watching you tube videos’ [...]

7 Practical ways to help your child or teenager to cope with stress 2018-03-15T09:43:45+00:00