This links to a playlist of videos sharing stories of hope.
These videos are there to help you see that when people can hit the lowest of places, be in the darkest hole, they have got out. This may give you hope that it is possible.
This tip is one of my 3 first aid tips- something to do when anxiety is overpowering. It will help you get back in control
We all get to that point where we just feel like a volcano about to explode with all the stress we are under - but it can be messy! Here is a great tip to bring that pressure down a bit. I call it a first aid tip for stress. And you can carry it around in your pocket!!
Here is my 5 minute showcase which was used to compete in the national speakers competition run by the Public Speaking Association
My talk on this summit to celebrate the voice of women was entitled Anxiety: It's a good thing - let me tell you why. If anxiety is something that is taking away from your pleasure of life, the messages in here are for you.
The video starts with a short interview and then we are in to it!
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? Or perhaps it feels like you are running hard and getting no where and it's exhausting? In this video, I share a tip that can help reduce those feelings and restore balance
2 out of 3 people say that the first thing they do when waking up is to reach for their phone. Don't!!
In this video I explain why and the impact of leaving your phone alone for at least 30 minutes. It can have a huge impact on how your day pans out and strongly influence your anxiety and stress levels.
This technique uses the concept of radio frequencies to show you how you can change what you tune in to to support a reduction in anxiety and stress and instead, tune in to more positive frequencies and emotions.
Anxiety is normally linked to suffering. However would you be prepared to take a few minutes to see if you can change it from a cause of suffering to something much more positive?
This is a technique I learned from my coach and now use it a lot. It can be applied to those big things you want to achieve, but equally useful to apply to the everyday things too. And it is so beautifully simple!
There is anxiety caused by things you have little control over ending- such as a pandemic. And then there is acute anxiety - a short term but very intense anxiety experienced by things such as public speaking, exams or sports competition. Here are 4 tips to help in those intense situations.
Few people stick to new resolutions. In this video I talk about the 2 main reasons why and share 5 tips that will help you to change any habit that is not longer working for you.
This is the tortoise approach to anxiety rather than the hare!
When the factors causing stress are prolonged, such as in a lockdown, or a bad job or relationship that you can't leave, you need to take a different approach to reducing anxiety.
Here are 6 techniques - the secret is to start with just one.
Panic attacks are getting more common and most of us will have at least one at some point in our lives. Here are 5 things to do that will help you if you do.
Panic attacks are becoming more common and if you come across one it can be very stressful if you don't know what to do to help that person. Here are 3 tips that will help you to be of help the person having the panic attack. It also includes info on triggers, symptoms and facts around panic attacks.
On this playlist there is a series of short videos that share easy to use techniques to reduce stress - and even to help prevent it too.
Anxiety is based around a feeling of vulnerability - and we can't control the future and thus it can create this perception of vulnerability. Here is a technique that I use to reduce anxiety and actually be more in control of the NOW.