A few days ago I was interviewed for a book which honestly makes me feel pretty incredible. It won’t be out for a long while but I still felt incredibly honoured. One of the questions they asked me… well two of the questions were; how do I view greatness and how to I view failure.
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Commitment in anything is a funny concept. Something about dedicating yourself to something wholly can be terrifying, ask anyone who has ever had cold feet the weeks or night before their wedding! I had cold feet before I was married, not because I was worried about spending the rest of my life with him but
I was having coffee with an old friend from treatment last week. She is doing incredibly well, turning her plight into a passion for helping others overcome their disorders. While we were talking we both agreed that it is not a choice to have an eating disorder but that it is a choice to keep
Personal worthiness is a slippery thing to put a finger on. Animals don’t have a sense of intrinsic worth and neither do babies and children. My cat doesn’t question his worth as a being, he just lives his life sleeping on furniture meowing for food and running away from my toddler. My dog doesn’t equate
I have been in therapy or counselling for more than half of my life. I won’t go into the long and short of it but I know a lot about what happens on the other side of closed doors. I spent most of my years in therapy either being intentionally hard to read or challenging