I was due to see this particular client for the first time and she arrived a few minutes early following another clients' session. I had perhaps not had the time to “ready myself” and my space to welcome her as I like to. I was working from my home office, so there was no waiting … Continue reading The Client who knew her needs…
A past need might sound angry or scary, big and overwhelming, (both for us and for the whoever is on the receiving end) because by the time it's let out, it seems much more forceful than it actually is.
As the festive season rolls in, we can easily get overwhelmed with things that need doing for family and friends, those last few knots that need tying at work and presents that need wrapping or meals prepared. It's very easy to forget about ourselves and our own needs. If you read my previous post, … Continue reading Claim your power, find your needs in 3 simple steps (and it takes practice)
How do you feel about your needs? Do you notice them? Do you meet them? Do you dismiss them? ignore them? run from them? drown them with wine or sweeten them with ice-cream? flatten them with force or work them out at the gym?