Tag Archives: psychology

5 Questions you’ve always wanted to ask your therapist – Sally’s answers:

May is mental health month and it’s been a most inspirational and uplifting one so far! Literally thousands of personal stories and wisdoms have been shared – we’ve all been spoilt for choice on Twitter and Facebook! There is a real sense that people are starting to ‘get it’ you know? Continue reading

Gratitude = Happitude

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and Veterans Day (Remembrance Day in Canada, Armistice or Remembrance Day in Ireland) has just passed. It seems November is a month to be thankful. Perfect time for a post about gratitude! Continue reading

Conquering worry: How to tame the blue elephant

False Evidence Appearing Real (FEAR). This acronym is floating around the Internet to describe fear.

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Here’s Sally’s version: Fierce Erratic Apocalyptic Rigid.  It’s rather more dramatic (much like herself, some would say..). It better captures the 4am-paralyzed-with-fear feeling that can mug us as we half wake. Continue reading