Posts Tagged ‘anxiety’

Lightbulb Moment: Being an HSP (Highly Sensitive Person)

October 15th, 2014 by Laura Longley

My story: Discovering I am an HSP I wanted to share a little bit about my own experience of how I discovered I was a highly sensitive person, and one way that has helped me deal with some of the problems associate with being an HSP. In August of 2012 I was at a 3-day…

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Lightbulb Moment: Help! I’m So Overwhelmed I’m Paralyzed!

October 24th, 2013 by Laura Longley

Lightbulb Moment The Laura Longley Show November 13, 2012   From the written transcript of Blue Heron Wisdom Radio with Laura Longley: Peter Fairfield author of Deep Happy – November 13, 2012. You can listen to the entire show here: http://laurallongley.com/radio/peter-fairfield-author-of-deep-happy-november-13th/ I did want to say a little bit more about what happened for me over…

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Lightbulb Moment: Feeling Anxious? Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Body

October 10th, 2013 by Laura Longley

Lightbulb Moment The Laura Longley Show October 9, 2012   From the written transcript of Blue Heron Wisdom Radio with Laura Longley: Bonnie Strehlow, Are You a Highly Sensitive Person? October 9, 2012. You can listen to the entire show here: http://laurallongley.com/radio/bonnie-strehlow-are-you-a-highly-sensitive-person-october-9-2012/ Moving on to our Light Bulb Moment for this week. I used to…

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Lightbulb Moment: Why Are You Always Watching the Clock?

September 20th, 2013 by Laura Longley

Lightbulb  Moment The Laura Longley Show September 10, 2013   You can listen to the entire show here: http://laurallongley.com/radio/2013-09-10-betsy-otter-thompson/ From the show transcript: I wanted to also share with you something that’s been going on for me that I’m working on. It will be the focus of our Light Bulb Moment later in the show.…

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Who Are You REALLY Judging?

September 12th, 2013 by Laura Longley

I have noticed over the past several months how judgmental I am of others. Not verbally, but in my mind. I know that whenever I’m judging someone else, it really is about me, but this hasn’t reduced my judging. In fact, recently it seems to have escalated, so it’s really been “in my face,” but…

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YOUR INNER CRITIC: Don’t Let it Block Your Success – Guest Post by Doris Helge, Ph.D.

January 21st, 2013 by Laura Longley

Whether you’re self-employed or you work for someone else, your inner critic can deflate your business confidence and success like a sharp tack destroys a balloon. It can be very difficult to focus on your strategic plan when you’re bombarded by mental chatter like, “You don’t know what you’re doing” or “You’ll never succeed.” One…

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Small and Spotty – Good Enough!

November 12th, 2012 by Laura Longley

A while ago I had been struggling with getting started on writing some materials for a course I wanted to give on finding your ideal career. Now, I have been working with people to do this for several years, and I certainly know how to help someone figure out what their ideal career is. But…

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Edinburgh Day 1 : Trust and Faith

October 30th, 2012 by Laura Longley

I arrived at the airport in Edinburgh about 14 hours ago, at 10 AM local time. I easily made my way by taxi to the flat where I had rented a room, and met the flat owner, Eva. Eva is a transplant from Malaga in Spain. She’s been living in Edinburgh for 16 years. When…

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Just Do It! How Completing Old Tasks Makes Space for Happiness

October 9th, 2012 by Laura Longley

This summer I cleaned out my basement, something I had been meaning to do for many years. I couldn’t believe how much lighter and freer – and happier – I felt when all that old junk was gone. The next step was to perform the same process on the rest of the house. Unfortunately I…

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Expect the Unexpected: Finding the Power in Being Resilient

September 19th, 2012 by Laura Longley

“Expect the unexpected.” That’s the motto of a certain reality TV show, which I’m (almost) embarrassed to say that I watch. It’s also become one of the guiding lights in my life. We cannot control events, circumstances or other people, no matter how hard we might try. The only way to deal with the uncertainty…

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