Therapeutic coach Alex Howard gives some tips for dealing with the harsh and judgemental thoughts that criticises everything we do or attacks others. Recognising your thoughts is the first step to making proactive decisions about how you act next, both in relation to yourself and self-care, and how you treat others.
Alex Howard explains why tracking recovery on the healing journey is so important and offers suggestions for how to do this.
Alex discusses how to practice tolerance when tensions run high in stressful community situations. Cultivating a level of compassion and respect for someone you might disagree with, as well as taking responsibility for your own triggers, can help you maintain more awareness and a sense of control over your own mental state.
Alex describes how taking small and consistent steps towards healing specific parts of our lives along the healing journey support the bigger picture of healing from chronic illness or trauma, and how the timing and sequencing of certain smaller parts of healing are important to discover with help with a roadmap or practitioner. Find out more about the RESET Program at https://www.alexhoward.tv/reset
Therapeutic Coach Alex Howard offers the perspective of keeping your big goals both with a larger picture in mind and a plan to approach the action in small intentional practices - and how to manage the micro-actions keeping the big picture in mind.
In today's live session, Therapeutic Coach Alex Howard talks about the power of presence and focus, applying helpful behaviours and practices to feel more fulfilled and productive in unstructured times.
Therapeutic Coach Alex Howard offers some advice on how to deal with our new constrained living spaces, and how to deal with the ebbing and flowing of emotions, circumstances, and how to take things one situation at a time. Practising patience, resourcefulness, creativity and flexibility, we can more mindfully deal with the challenges we're presented with.
Alex Howard streams LIVE to talk about how to calm the nervous system with humour, fun, memes and good news. In a time where we can be overwhelmed by new and challenging circumstances of isolation and the coronavirus pandemic, finding lightness and humour can help us to relax and support our health and well being. What are you doing to have fun while staying at home?