Category: Review

A Guide To Establishing Realistic Expectations Of Yourself

It’s exhausting trying to keep up the façade of having your act totally together, while privately dumping on yourself for your perceived inadequacies.

Have you ever made a mistake while engaged in a task and unconsciously called yourself stupid or a jerk?

Australian psychologist Honor Jane Newman is here to help you end that pattern immediately!

In her book, Killing the Perfectionist Within: A Self-Help Guide for Women Suffering from Perfectionism, Anxiety, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Newman takes on these issues both as a practitioner and through the prism of her own journey with anxiety, depression, and the beginning stages of CFS.*

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Bridget Conway writes a book review…..

Honor Jane Newman is a psychologist currently living in Melbourne who has penned a short and easy-to-understand self-help book for women living with perfectionism, anxiety and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Killing the Perfectionist Within is a simple little book that gives the reader an insight into the various symptoms of perfectionism, anxiety, and CFS and then delves into exercises that can be undertaken to start on the path towards healing.

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Are you following your own path, or doing what you ‘should’ do?

I have written about this before but I feel it is such an important topic I want to write about it again. The gap between …

‘Life is (often) what happens when you are making other plans’ What life is vs what we expect

Has your life turned out exactly as you expected or close to? If yes, are you happy with that? Or has life thrown you curve …

Its okay to not always know where you are going…

Recently my brother gave me a birthday voucher to go and lie in one of those flotation tanks for an hour then have a shiatsu …