Change, Grief and You

Change affects us all. It can be daunting. It can impact us in a similar way to grief. The Change Curve is based on a model originally developed in the 1960s by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross to explain the grieving process. Since then it has been widely utilised as a method of helping people understand their reactions…

Blog: Change never stops

Happy Friday I hope everyone is well. The heatwave has continued all week here in Palmanova, Majorca. I have therefore spent most of the time by the pool to try and keep cool. As I mentioned in my last post, I have been doing a lot of thinking and forming plans in my head for…

How to Get Better at Dealing With Change

I have posted a few bits on change and how it is inevitable recently. I came across another article (posted by a work colleague) which is really helpful. Its from the excellent Very Well Mind website and gives you five great tips for dealing with change. Head over to the full article here Below is…

Blog: Carry on my wayward son

Life never stays the same. Change is constant, change is inevitable. All good things must come to an end. But in many endings you can find the next chapter. As 2021 is coming to an end another chapter is closing, the year is changing. Many people find the new year to be a place and…

Blog: Mindset

Hello I hope you are all well I am writing this from a sun lounger by the pool, having a very relaxing pool day. Exactly what I needed after recent events in my life. I have been thinking about… thinking recently! I refer to the way we think, and sometimes the words, labels and mindsets…

Change: my friend, my enemy.

In life we often want to make changes. Sometimes they can be huge changes, lots of them and all at once. Change is a natural part of the journey of life. It is often one of those things we hate, and sometimes it is not our decision. How we react may be more in our…

Empathy, compassion, personality, attitudes: can people change?

An interesting article on empathy and change… There is plenty of evidence that empathy can be taught in childhood, but it gets more complicated when it comes to adults, especially when it is forced. Can people change? That’s the question behind the multibillion-dollar self-help industry, the proliferation of blogs and podcasts that promise to make you…