Posts tagged mental health
Identity, Parts & Our Significance. Figuring who we are and what our image of ourself is?

When our significance is tied to outputs, how others see us or only one part of who we are, we live only to a certain depth. Some parts are bigger than others but we are far more than one part.

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Working Parents & Coaching: My thoughts on getting a better work-life balance.

Having it all, doesn't mean doing it all. Having it all requires a great skill in balance and priority setting. It requires the ability to shift between responsibility and not being responsible for everything.

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How to be more confident in social settings.

I was asked to write about being more confident especially in social situations. I have shared a few key points in this piece that over the years have come to be the foundation to a lot of the confidence coaching I do, as well as social anxiety recovery group work with StepOut Ireland Cork and Dublin.

Whether your introvert, quiet, experience social anxiety or are the life and soul of the party, need to get drunk or high to engage people; confidence in social settings always begins by playing to your authentic strengths and focusing on what you bring to the situation.

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Managing your anger effectively

Anger is a powerful and helpful emotion. The issue is we often mis-use it and blame it for our actions and choices. It is an emotion, often primitive in its nature however so is happiness and lust, yet most people learn to regulate these, then why is anger so different in our social understanding?

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