Tag Archives: best self-help advice

Coping with Exam Stress

It’s exam season again, and we all know what that means… STRESS!

It may be the dreaded Exit Exams, end of year exams, College exams – whatever they’re called, it’s no picnic – and for many of us it leads to feelings of panic.

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3 Simple Steps to (finally) getting Unstuck

A few of weeks ago we asked you to tell us where in your life you’d like some guidance. And you told us. So we’ve been busy!!

The good kind of busy – the kind that feels like a privilege actually.

And again, we are grateful to you all for sharing your thoughts, wishes and curiosities and today we are thrilled to bits to be able to share with you our first ever workbook!

3 Steps to getting Unstuck

 

You can download your free copy by following this link .  Of course, when you sign up, we know it goes without saying (but we are saying it anyway) that we will NOT share your email address with anyone (nor will we spam you) – promise!

 

Consider this our Valentines Gift to you – it’s the only way we know to spoil you and make sure you feel special.  Plus we we sincerely hope it’s helpful.

Oh, and we would LOVE your feedback (good, bad or indifferent – all is welcome and helpful).  We are excited to learn how we can improve! Feel free to post a comment below, or on our Facebook page at: www.fb.com/twowisechicks.

 

Time to Get Unstuck

(That’s us having a celebratory cup of tea! (Matching cups an’ all!))

#yay!

 

Keep asking your big life questions, we’re listening!


be the best me that i can beHow is January treating you so far? (How are you treating it?)

For us, other than a bad cold for Sally, 2016 has started off without a hitch.



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We have just one important question for you..

Happy New Year!  Can you believe that it’s 2016?lens

We’ve been busy not making resolutions, have you? It’s liberating not worrying about making promises to ourselves that are difficult-to-impossible to keep. Bonus? We totally avoid the inevitable of feeling worse about ourselves than when we first started…

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Change your life by doing this one small thing:

Make your bed.

Yes, at the risk of triggering memories of irritating demands made by your parent or caregiver,  current demands if you’re a teenager, we are seriously suggesting that you make your bed.

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Tips to Help Your Child Cope with the Loss of a Pet

tanya thinking out loudIt was a beautiful day.  The sun was shining as it has a habit of doing on most days in central Texas.  Except for the lice-outbreak that we were dealing with (ugh!), life was pretty great.  Continue reading

8 things that look like depression (but aren’t)

Have you ever felt down and miserable, despite the fact that life in general is great?  What about bursts of anxiety so intense they leave you gasping, but you’re not actually worried about anything (or at least nothing that you think would reasonably result in a panic attack)? If you can relate Continue reading

6 steps to better Mental Health

Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness month?

Statistics tell us that at least in the United States, approximately one in 17 people live with a serious mental illness such as schizophrenia, major depression or bipolar disorder, with approximately 20 percent of youth aged 13-18 experiencing severe mental disorders in a given year. Continue reading

Thinking Out Loud: Teaching Children a Healthy Body Image When You Struggle With Your Own.

tanya thinking out loudI can remember it as clearly as if it happened yesterday. We’re sitting in a pub – my parents and I. My guess is that I was nine maybe ten years old.  But while I’m sitting there drinking my ‘soft drink’ (soda as my fellow US dwellers might call it), the issue of weight comes up. Again. Continue reading

Nurturing a healthy body image in your teenaged daughter.

Do you suck your tummy in when you think other people are looking at you? Why? Every day women (and men) are bombarded by messages on the TV, radio, print media including the internet telling us (and selling us) on how to change how we look. Continue reading