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How to Distinguish Between Productive and Unproductive Worrys

Hi Guys, today I am writing about productive and unproductive worries. This is a really important distinction that we should all try and enforce. It will help to reduce anxiety and stress greatly. Many worriers believe that their worry will prepare them, prevent surprise, and help them solve problems before they get out of hand. … Continue reading How to Distinguish Between Productive and Unproductive Worrys

Reviewing All or Nothing Thinking

Hi Guys! In Today’s post I am talking about one of the thinking errors, called All or Nothing Thinking. I previously wrote about the thinking errors that can dominate our thinking pattern, these can massively contribute to anxiety and depression. You can check out this blog post here: https://reachoutwithniamh.com/2017/05/16/identifying-your-thinking-patterns/ All or nothing thinking is a tendency … Continue reading Reviewing All or Nothing Thinking

Circle Breathing- A Technique to Help Those Who Struggle With Sleep

Hi Guys! Today I am writing about a technique called “Circle Breathing”. This is a great technique for anyone out there who struggles with sleep due to stress, nerves, worries or just having an active mind at night time. Sometimes our brains are so busy that they need something extra to help quiet themselves down … Continue reading Circle Breathing- A Technique to Help Those Who Struggle With Sleep

A Technique to Help Children With Going to Bed At Night Time

Hi Guys! Today I am sharing a great technique to help children with night time. I have worked with a lot of children and have come across a wide range of issues, so I have good experience with working with children. The technique is called “The Save-Them up Game”, it is a techniques for children … Continue reading A Technique to Help Children With Going to Bed At Night Time

Review of The Food Medics Book by Dr Hazel Wallace

Hi guys! Today I am writing a review of The Food Medics Book. I bought this book a good few weeks back and I absolutely love it! The Food Medics book is full of receipts, fitness plans and is jam packed full of knowledge all about nutrition. This book shows you that food doesn’t have … Continue reading Review of The Food Medics Book by Dr Hazel Wallace

How to Stop Catastrophizing (thinking of the worst possible things)

Hi Guys! As promised, in today’s post I will be talking about Catastrophizing. As I explained in my previous post on Identifying Your Thinking Pattern, Catastrophizing is one of the most common thinking errors. What is Catastrophizing? Catastrophizing is seeing only the worst possible outcomes of a situation. When we use this thinking error, we … Continue reading How to Stop Catastrophizing (thinking of the worst possible things)