Category: Inside-out

Can I Just Be With This, Without the Need To Cope With, or Fix Anything?

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Suzie Yeulett Over the Christmas holiday period, my husband was incredibly busy with end of year work, commuting into London early and getting home late. My teen boys wanted to stay up late, because they were on a break from school and wanted to maximise the opportunity to chill out. Several

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A Letter to My Body

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Missy Maiorano Dear Body, Right now, as I type this, there are five distinct, beautiful blue bruises on your left leg from where a vein procedure was performed last week. In addition, there is a rather large pinkish-red prickly rash where the medical tape was left on a little too

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What if We Just Need To Face the Other Way?

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Suzie Yeulett Once you see the inside out nature of life, it’s natural to become more tolerant and understanding, because we can only ever see the world through our own lens, or point of perspective, and so can everyone else. That still references an outward view, but from the inside

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All Is Well.

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Missy Maiorano Back in 2018, when I was struggling with anxiety and depression, I was drawn to reading biographies about people who had gone through unimaginable suffering only to emerge on the other side stronger and more peaceful and resilient than ever. In most of the stories, the people

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I Was Caught Streaking!

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Kelly O’Connell “It’s ruined. I’m a failure.” I woke up in the middle the night and realized I hadn’t done a class on my Peloton app the day before. You see, I made a commitment to myself starting January 1 to complete 365 days of Peloton classes IN A

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The Simple Power of Noticing

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Suzie Yeulett I find myself just noticing life unfolding more and more. Something has shifted so that I see myself as the ‘noticer’, or the perceiver of life, rather than the ‘doer’ more often. I first felt this shift when my Mum was at her end of life. It was as

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Our Self-Esteem Doesn’t Come From Outside of Us

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Lindsey Elliott My son and I went for a walk recently, and he asked if he could to listen to some music wearing the new headphones his Dad had given him. Whilst I wanted to say no…it felt far too much like he is a teenager and not 7

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When Anxiety Shows up at Your Front Door

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Kristina Bruce Anxiety came knocking on my door the other day, and walked right into my house. It’s still here actually, sitting on my couch, looking quite comfortable. I have no idea when it will leave. My immediate reaction when it arrived was, “Oh, you again.” Instead of welcoming it in,

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How Makeup Taught Me About Reality

Today’s article was written by Change Coach Lindsey Elliott A few days ago I had an insight about makeup. It was quite an innocent, small thought but it led me to see again that what I think isn’t necessarily true. I was thinking about a friend of mine who I know to be confident, grounded, strong, independent

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