When you feel stressed, upset, hurt or anxious, you do things to escape, relieve or improve these feelings but end up in more problems.
Sometimes wondering if you’re needy, too sensitive, dramatic or difficult.
Feeling like a lot of your actions and choices are driven by anxiety but not knowing how to break out of the vicious cycle.
Trying to fill voids by being involved with emotionally unavailable and shady people.
You identify with habits like people-pleasing, perfectionism, overthinking, overgiving, and being over-responsible.
You don’t know what you feel and avoid your feelings.
The Self-Soothing Sessions is a series of five audios and accompanying resources that teach you how to take the first steps in learning how to healthily self-soothe.
When we rely on external esteem to feel happy and secure, we feel anything but these. Instead, we feel worse and as if we have no control over our lives.
Each time we experience an emotion that we have a negative association with, we try to push it down or away. In turn, when we want to feel good, we look for artificial boosts that provide us with temporary relief and 'happy' feelings but are underpinned by blame and shame.
It doesn't have to be like this.
Throughout life we experience ups and downs but you can learn to bounce back from them.
You can learn how to be in the driver’s seat of your emotional state.
This short audio course will introduce you to the tools, mindset shifts and practices that help you achieve this.
Learn how to healthily regulate your emotions instead of dysregulating them and inadvertently compromising your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual well-being.