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Anxiety: what is it’s positive intent?

Hi and welcome to The Priority Method blog It’s a big statement to make that all human emotional behaviours have a positive intent………… I hear people questioning it whenever I mention it – how can anxiety have a positive intent? … Continue reading

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It’s time to de-identify yourself

Language is so important to the way we live our lives, the way we act, the meanings we attach to situations and the way we feel. So today I want to start with a tough question………………   What does the … Continue reading

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Can Cold Water Help With All Of This?

We’ve all heard and we all know that we should drink plenty of water every day but what about the positive uses of water in other ways? Recently I recently came across a fascinating article that shows how cold water … Continue reading

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Do you “Should” all over yourself?

We all seem to have something we “should” do or someone we “should” be or a way that we “should” feel. Maybe you should feel happier or is it that you should find a new job? Maybe you should build … Continue reading

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The Undoubted Power of Seeking Help

When we are ill we seek help from a doctor, if we get tooth ache we will probably visit a dentist (unless you have a dentist phobia – but more about that another time!) and if we have a bad … Continue reading

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Do you have a Blueprint or a Blurprint for your life?

Do you have a Blueprint or a Blurprint for your life?   We all create something in our heads that tells us how and what we think our life should be, you could say that this is the Blueprint for … Continue reading

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Turning Coping Strategies into Living Strategies

Whether you call them coping strategies, coping mechanisms, coping skills or anything similar to that, they can be a real lifeline when you find yourself in that bad place. Whether you’re in a state of depression, anxiety or stress the … Continue reading

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What else could this mean? – The key questions

“The quality of our lives is in direct correlation to the quality of our questions” As human beings our minds are set up to answer questions, we simply can’t help it and because of this we are constantly asking ourselves … Continue reading

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Will Depression / Anxiety be part of your life story forever?

If you were to make a film about your life story how big would the part that depression / anxiety plays be? This is a strategy I use with some of my clients and they find it very useful so … Continue reading

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Depression Recovery – It’s time to get the world talking

Depression Recovery It has become a mission within my life to get the world talking about Depression Recovery along with other mental health issues. Depression and Anxiety affect over 350 million people worldwide while, on average, 1 in 10 people … Continue reading

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