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Why worrying is ineffective

As Baz Luhrmann said in his song about Sunscreen: worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebra equation by chewing bubble gum. But we are all guilty of doing it – it is human nature to worry. The worst part of worrying is that the majority of the time what we are worrying […]

Stop fear and anxiety crippling your life and find the happiness you're desperate for.

Stop fear and anxiety crippling your life and find the happiness you’re desperate for.

4am is the hour of the over-thinkers. The worriers, the planners, the anxiety, fear-ridden the women just like you, who start every sentence with ‘but what will I do if that happens?’ Stop fear and anxiety crippling your life and find the happiness you’re desperate for. I would suspect that even if your sleep isn’t […]

What Will You Change?

I’m always on a quest to avoid using ‘psychobabble’ with people. Over the years I’ve developed a repertoire of phrases I use to talk about psychological theory, so that people find it easier to understand what’s going on for them. One of the phrases I use is ‘ground hog day’ based on the 1993 film. […]

Worry

I was asked an interesting question yesterday: “What is the difference between ‘normal worry’ and worry induced by clinical anxiety?” or to give the latter it’s proper title, generalised anxiety disorder (GAD). I defined the difference as being the following: ‘Normally’, any worrying thoughts that you allow yourself, must have the purpose of problem solving and […]

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