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Don’t forget that I’m on a ‘break’ until September so I will mostly be featuring some of yours and my favourite posts from the archives.

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Every day I hear from readers who just can’t figure out what they feel, why […]

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When people tell me stories, I’ve noticed that there’s this tendency to want to justify their feelings. If they’re angry, they feel bad for being angry as if their reason isn’t ‘reasonable’ enough and there’s an expectation that there’s always ‘supposed’ to be a logic to how they feel otherwise the feeling […]

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Regardless of the experiences you may have with somebody, nostalgia may be catching you off guard. It’s that sentimental longing or wistful affection for a past that you have happy associations with… even if what you long for represents a small part of your overall experiences or is proving to be more about being […]

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Every day I hear from readers who just can’t figure out what they feel, why they feel it, or even why it feels like a big deal even though it doesn’t seem like a big deal. One of the greatest examples of this is having doubts no matter how small that keep niggling, but that […]

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Years ago, I used to wonder how ‘everyone else’ could bounce back. I was doing such a good job of burying my various hurts and distracting myself in more unavailable relationships that I became numb and trapped in a vicious cycle. In the meantime, looking around me, some people were like […]

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When I first started writing about emotional unavailability five years ago, a common problem I experienced and encountered with so many others, is that we don’t really understand our feelings and connect the dots to what we’re experiencing and factors that may be impacting. This may be because we are out of touch with our […]

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Be a Happy Single

On March 13, 2007 By

If you really are going to be a happy single, you have to stop treating being single as the annoying time that you pass between relationships, and embrace it. Rather than focusing on what you lack, focus on what you have: You.

One of the dangers of treating singledom as if it is a great […]

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