Over the last year or so I was often asking myself this question over and over again. I found myself in this place where I expected to be happier. I had come through an amazing experience in therapy. I had identified values and beliefs which were true to who I am. I really felt as… Continue reading Will I Ever Be Happy?
I can’t remember where I first heard this or who said it but it always stuck with me. This quote succinctly summarizes the ideas and overall theme of my first few posts. The theme being critical self-understanding. The ideas of self-reflection, dismantling the ego, spending time alone and creating values all fall under this umbrella… Continue reading “If you want to change the world first you must clean your room”
You will never truly know yourself unless you spend genuine time with yourself. Why is spending time alone important? It’s important because it’s scary. It’s scary because it’s meaningful. There are some fundamental truths about spending time alone which are inescapable in the pursuit of a happy life. Being alone is time well spent if… Continue reading Why is spending time alone so important to me
The posts I have written so far have solely focused on my past experiences in therapy. Today, I wanted to look more at the present and into the future. I want to share the meaningful lessons I learnt from my experience and how it applies to my everyday life. It was one thing for me… Continue reading Defined By Our Values.
This is a question I think about often. It was the question I asked myself before I started writing this blog. Why was therapy so life changing for me? It was important for me to answer this to myself before I started sharing this blog. I felt I needed to have some kind of answer… Continue reading Why was therapy so effective for me?
For me the most life changing events are often the most painful. It is at my darkest times that my inner self is least resistant to change. This may sound contradictory but it is when I am at my lowest I am most pliable. “It is darkest before dawn.” A very cliche way of illustrating… Continue reading Why I Went To Therapy & Why I Think Everyone Should Too.