Do you feel like you can handle whatever comes your way?

I’ve been working with a variety of clients at the moment – from food anxiety to health anxiety to relationship anxiety to general anxiety… and there’s been a shift in thinking this week that I’ve loved… 

“Even if this [awful] thing happens – I can handle it”

Imagine if this is something you felt. Feeling grounded. Feeling strong. Feeling calm. Feeling wise.

 It’s a feeling of internal resilience.

Often when people go for support with anxiety, there’s an element of trying to almost rationalise their thinking.

What I mean is – say for example your fear is health anxiety and you’re scared that this new mole isn’t a normal mole, but something else… if someone says to you – I’m sure it’s nothing/don’t worry… you end up…. Well worrying.

And it doesn’t matter how much you rationalise it – you worry. You google. You think non-stop. You ask everyone for their opinions. The more you try to stop – the bigger the worry.

 Imagine if instead you had an internal strength that said – well whatever happens, I can handle it – I can cope – I’ll be ok.

That’s a very different approach.

This is what I want for everyone who I come into contact with to build up this inner strength, because imagine if you didn’t live in constant fear… what would that feel like? Freedom?

Is this something you want?

If you’re a “YES” and this is what you want…. I’m holding a 7 day challenge – FEAR TO FREEDOM: Get Unstuck from Anxiety and Transform Your Life, from the 18th-24th September 2023. The investment for the full week including all 5 sessions and support is £27.

Much love, Tricia xxx

Other posts you might be interested in…

The biggest waste of everything is worry

The biggest waste of everything is worry

I was in a session with a client today and one of the emotions that came up was worry. A lot of the time, we worry about things. Often worry is used by the subconscious as a way to control the outcome.  Yet worrying is the most futile emotion. It is a TOTAL WASTE of...

Fear has two meanings

Fear has two meanings

“F-E-A-R has two meanings: 'Forget Everything And Run' or 'Face Everything And Rise. ' The choice is yours.” (Zig Ziglar). I love this. Because until about 5 years ago - I was the forget everything and run. My default programme was to ignore it, hide from it, avoid...

Your body remembers

Your body remembers

Long time no hear! If you follow me on social media you’ll be aware that I needed to take some time off but thankfully I’m much better and now back to feeling much better than I have for the last 6 weeks or so.  I’ve still got some emotional recovery to go but...