Do you have a busy brain? One that is full of unhelpful thoughts or worries? They take over your life and you feel like they’re out of control. When I was growing up I wished my brain had an off switch. Having a head full of worries is exhausting and sometimes scary. In this episode, I’m going to share with you the contents of my brain! Are you ready for this?
Here’s what you’ll hear this episode:
- The four different types of thoughts I have which keep me trapped
- Where you can find your reset button when your worries get too big
- How getting to know your worries and understanding why they are there is more helpful than you realise
- How using your imagination can shrink worries and take their power away
Helpful Smiley Stuff
I mention the Disney film Inside Out and you can find out more about it here.
Catch the free parents’ training ‘How to Safeguard Your Child Against Frenemies, Tricky People and Meanies’.
Over on the blog, parents might like to read ‘What are the top 3 worries I see in my coaching room every week’ and ‘Dear Smiley: I can’t soothe my daughter’s anxiety + I feel like a hypocrite because I am anxious too’.
Discover your Inner Smiley (or whatever you decide to call it) and learn to use the kind voice inside your head to replace your worries. Download the Smiley Fun Sheet from Episode 1
You can pick up a box of my very popular Smiley Thought Cards (affirmation cards). These are 40 beautifully illustrated photos with uplifting words for the whole family.
Want to nail those pesky worries once and for all? Come and join me in The Energy Pod where during September, all the classes will be centred around the subject of worries. If you can’t make it or are late to the party, you can also catch the replay.
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