Books for anxiety
You may experience the “Impostor Syndrome” like that belief and body sensation that you don’t belong or don’t deserve your success. In my case, at the beginning of my career I often felt like my manager did me some sort of favor by hiring me. Never fully believing I deserved to be where I was. My…Read More
Today I was challenged to be rejected as an exercise in personal growth. The exercise consisted of identifying some asks that could end on rejection.
The goal is to feel comfortable with the fear of rejection.
The challenge was to dare to fail. To receive a NO for an answer.Read More
Anna arrived earlier to the Italian restaurant. After her divorce, she had a rough year, but finally met someone special (online). She decided it was time to meet in person, so they arrange for this date. She waited and waited but her date never showed up. How disappointing! Three hours later Anna was still in…Read More
If you worry too much and you’re looking for anxiety management strategies I urge you to read these books. The ideas they offer may surprise you, but as Albert Einstein said “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Anxiety is a complex problem and you’ll be better…Read More
Does your life feel like a never ending to-do list? Are you constantly putting off tasks because new priorities arise? I can promise you: a) you are not alone, b) you are in the right place. The tale of a failed spring cleaning We’ve all procrastinated. Like when I delayed cleaning my closet. It goes…Read More
Have you ever found yourself worrying? If the answer is yes you are not alone. If you want to say “bye-bye worry and hi joy”, you need to learn how your body works. Your body’s ultimate mission is to keep you alive The drive for survival causes people to behave in weird ways that you…Read More