• #SelfCoaching - What’s the difference between “normal” worry-anxiety and general anxiety disorder? On November 16, 2017


    From a Self-Coaching perspective there are several differences between general anxiety disorder (GAD) and what we might call “normal” wo

  • #SelfCoaching - Struggling? It's time for a Self-Coaching frame of mind On November 15, 2017


    There are obvious advantages to having a personal coach or therapist. But keep in mind the distinct advantage of adopting a Self-Coaching frame of m

  • #SelfCoaching - Could you be suffering from a Social Anxiety Disorder? On November 14, 2017


    Most people experience social fears and anxieties from time to time. And for most people these fears are mild and short-lived. But for someone suffering from a So

  • #SelfCoaching - Beware of what you tell yourself On November 13, 2017


    People mercilessly label themselves as “failure,” “loser,” “weakling,” and so on. Unfortunately, we wind up identifying with these labels and they become a se

  • #SelfCoaching - Dark thoughts On November 12, 2017


    Ever wonder why the dark thoughts you have at three in the morning and nothing like your thoughts at three in the afternoon? Has to do with giving insecurity too much room to roam around in your

  • #SelfCoaching - Feeling stuck? On November 11, 2017


    Do you feel you’ve been stuck in endless spirals of doubts, fears, and negative thinking? Emotionally struggling? Here’s an amusing story with an impo

  • #SelfCoaching - If you’re considering taking medication for anxiety or depression On November 9, 2017


    it’s important to understand that certain antidepressants work better for some people and not others. It’s also not uncommon to try diff

  • #SelfCoaching - Why you can't afford shabby thinking On November 8, 2017


    Although one thought isn’t going to make a difference in your mental well-being, ruminative, negative thinking has a cumulative, mind-body effect (depleting

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