How to Stop Overreacting Using Logosynthesis.

It is common to struggle to stop overreacting in certain situations. Automatic reactions are a normal human response, whether it’s snapping at a loved one or feeling overwhelmed by a mistake at work. At times, the situation doesn’t warrant the intensity of the response. You may be left struggling to understand what just happened. You may even create excuses for your behaviour. These disproportionate responses can strain relationships and create unnecessary stress. One powerful coaching model to address this issue … Read More

How to support your running routines using Logosynthesis.

Running, whether for fitness, competition, or leisure, offers a multitude of benefits, from cardiovascular health to mental clarity. However, like any physical activity, it requires that you establish routines to realize the benefits. There are many blocks that can get in the way of establish and maintain routines. “I don’t have time.” “My knee is sore.” “I’ll go tomorrow.” At times, physical limitations can get in the way. Yet it can be challenging to recognize what is a physical limitation … Read More

Empower yourself for healthy living!

You can empower yourself for healthy living! Living a healthy lifestyle goes beyond exercising, eating healthy foods and getting enough sleep. It even goes beyond engaging in meditation and yoga. New research is highlighting the role of mental imagery in emotions and old memories and limiting beliefs can keep you stuck in stressful patterns … often without even recognizing the impact. AndI in today’s fast-paced world that is loaded with stressed out people, social messaging and sensory stimulation, this mental … Read More

Resolve stressors using Logosynthesis.

What is a stressor? A stressor is defined as “a stimulus that causes stress”. (Merriam Webster) We often think of this stimulus as something external, such as a demanding job, an annoying boss, or our finances. These ‘stressors’ may occur routinely in our lives, creating stressful patterns that lead to anxiety, burnout and mental health issues. These stressors can also lead to reactive behaviour patterns that get in the way of our goals, often without even recognizing the impact. And … Read More

How to relieve fear of bedtime monsters using Logosynthesis

Bedtime monsters can add stress to the end of your day. Bedtime can often transform from a tranquil routine to a battleground of fears for both parents and their little ones. As children’s imaginations run wild, bedtime monsters and shadows on the wall can take on a life of their own, causing unnecessary anxiety and sleepless nights. One effective approach to conquer these fears and create a serene bedtime environment is to use Logosynthesis. In this blog post, we’ll explore … Read More

Calming stress & anxiety from wildfires using Logosynthesis

Wildfires can be devastating. As the world grapples with the escalating effects of climate change, wildfires have become a distressing reality for many. The devastation caused by these infernos goes beyond physical damage, affecting mental health and especially emotional well-being. Coping with the stress and anxiety brought on by wildfires is a challenge, but one effective approach to finding relief is through Logosynthesis. In this blog post, I will share information on Logosynthesis so that you can use it right … Read More

How to reduce stress while driving using Logosynthesis.

Driving can feel stressful. Summer road trips and drives to the cottage can lead to fun times but they can also be a source stress en route. Heavy traffic, construction and casual drivers can be a source of anxiety and tension.  However, it can also be a significant source of stress for many people. Rushing to get to your destination or to get home after a relaxing weekend can cancel the lower stress levels of your holidays. However, if you … Read More

How to relieve workplace stress using Logosynthesis

Workplace stress is normal. Workplaces bring together a wide variety of people for a common goal. They operate in a changing and uncertain world. This contrast is not always comfortable. People will do things differently from you. Priorities of others will not be the same as yours. Goals and targets may require you to stretch beyond a comfort zone. This contrast can spark growth and accomplishment. Yet all of these situations will trigger an automatic stress response for you. Over … Read More

Comparing CBT and Logosynthesis: A client’s perspective

“ It’s not just our heads. Our body is connected to our head. We are a whole person: mind, body and spirit. “   Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Logosynthesis are used to support healing and personal growth. Comparing CBT and Logosynthesis offers the opportunity to identify the benefits of a new therapeutic and coaching model. When it comes to addressing mental health challenges, there are many therapeutic and coaching approaches available. It can be difficult to choose the ‘best’ approach for … Read More

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