Don't Feed The Cat! If you've been following my blogs for some time, you will already be very familiar with my 'Don't Feed The Cat' analogy. This analogy is what my very first blogs were based on, around 4 years ago, which you can read here. 'Feeding the cat' refers to the concept of feeding… Continue reading Where it all began..
LISTEN TO ME WATCH ME We can all get worried from time to time, this is quite normal, but if we start to over-worry about things, then this will be causing your stress levels to rise. For many of us, we know when we are relaxed and we know when we feel terrible, but often,… Continue reading Cloud
LISTEN TO ME WATCH ME If you haven’t read the other four blogs about the cat, and you suffer from worries and anxiety, then I would recommend that you do. They are ‘Don’t Feed The Cat’, ‘The Cat Is Back’, ‘The Cat Lives On’ and ‘I Can’t See The Cat’. These four blogs can help… Continue reading Who’s feeding my cat?
LISTEN TO ME WATCH ME Life is precious and over the last couple of years, I think we all have had some level of a wake-up call. This being the case, it's important that we take full advantage of how this makes our minds feel and respond on those deeper levels. Our minds are just… Continue reading Jump
listen to me watch me Life can feel like an uphill climb sometimes, which can seem like a struggle having to go through those challenging times. Whether this challenge is a work-related one and we must put in a lot more time and input into our work to reach the end results we need to… Continue reading Climb
listen to me watch me Most of us are familiar with those nagging thoughts that tell us we are not good enough, casting doubt on our ability to achieve our goals and undermining our accomplishments. These thoughts might be there to greet us when we first wake in the morning, about how bad we are… Continue reading Critic
I am very excited to announce the launch of my next book - the third in the 'Don't Feed The Cat' series - 'The Cat Lives On'. These books have helped thousands of children and teenagers see why and how they have become overly worried and anxious. Using the book will teach your child to… Continue reading The Cat Lives On