Monday Mojo – Plan for Overload

How good are you at “reading” people? If you follow me on social media you’ll know that sometimes I share the work of Joe Navarro, an FBI agent who is an expert in body language. Joe’s fascinating insights span a 25 year career, meaning he can share “cues” and “tells” that enable us to ascertainContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Plan for Overload”

Monday Mojo – Heal the Gap

Do you ever have days when you feel like you just don’t have the bandwidth to deal with someone else? It’s a tricky business, navigating difficult times. We want to be there for others, but all the while know we need to take care of ourselves. I often talk about the fact that we knowContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Heal the Gap”

Making space to talk: responding with empathy when someone’s struggling

Someone tells you they’re having a rough time. How do you respond?

A note on suicide: it’s not a selfish act and help to stay safe is available 

It’s okay to talk about how you feel, and help to stay safe is available.

Meaning and Purpose: Spirituality and Mental Health

There’s a Zen story about a horse which suddenly appeared galloping down the road.  The man riding the horse, looked as if he had somewhere important to go.  Another man, at the side of the road shouted “Where are you going?”, to which the man on the horse replied, “I don’t know!  Ask the horse!”Continue reading “Meaning and Purpose: Spirituality and Mental Health”