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Here at coaching.care magazine we aim to bring you helpful information to balance mind, body and spirit, work and play.
There are a great many routes to fulfilment and happiness, to help you handle all manner of chronic conditions or addictions and maintain your recovery. We are continually developing and fine tuning our intuitive techniques. Check in from time to time for new information and products, designed with you in mind.
I first began working on the web to bring comfort and contentment to a group of sensitive individuals over 22 years ago. The gradual and oh, so gratifying growth of their moods and health has been a never-ending source of amazement to me. Improving their health impacted positively on their confidence; and that confidence helped them develop their careers; creativity; relationships, leading to more fulfilling lives. Those with addictions, obsessions or compulsions, were fearful that they hadn’t been able to overcome the conditions as a result of weakness or lack of the requisite willpower. I helped them to see that these conditions had been their source of protection, and that rather than weakness, compulsions may be a sign of strength. It can be easier to focus on whether or not you have switched off the light socket than to face what is really holding you back. Together, we explored how our self-descriptions are rarely true. We developed skills, techniques and mottoes to motivate ourselves. When people slipped back, we began view their setbacks as helpful opportunities to create contingency plans for the future.
It is part of the human condition to suffer from anxiety, depression, feel overwhelmed, obsessed, hopeless, and to self-sabotage. People can easily learn helpful techniques to overcome compulsive urges, to out-perform body dysmorphia and social anxiety, in precisely the same way people can learn to walk, swim and balance a bike.
Life, moods and people go through natural wave-like cycles. Some people find recovery easy at the beginning, slipping back slowly and needing support with maintenance. Others have a really tough time at the outset and maintenance comes easier once they have a bit of momentum. Nothing works for everyone, but something works for everyone. We have literally thousands of top-rated techniques for you to try.