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Time management counselling in Surrey

Good Time Management

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What exactly does” time management” mean to you? According to one definition it is “…the ability to use one’s time effectively or productively…” or to put it another way…”Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. Good time management enables you to work smarter – not harder – so that you get more done in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high. Failing to manage your time damages your effectiveness, efficiency or productivity, and may possibly cause stress…”

This is particularly relevant when it comes to analysing how work-based hours are spent and the prioritisation of tasks in order to maximise personal efficiency in the workplace. Read More

Aggressive Behaviour

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Anger is a very powerful and complicated emotion.  It may make us irrational, it can cause illness from being internalised or from continually living our lives with it.  It can also give pain to others from the violence that sometimes ensues.

It can also manifest in calm symptoms that chew away at someone when the anger is suppressed, it can be misdirected, targeting the wrong person (displaced) and can cause physical and emotional scars when someone (especially a child) has to live in unavoidable contact with it.   However, once controlled and suitably directed it can enhance the chances of survival, bring about positive change and improve one’s environment.

Let’s take a closer look ………….. Read More

Dealing with anxiety blocking in Epsom

The best way to handle avoidance anxiety

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Dealing with anxiety blocking in EpsomConsider this…….we arrive kicking and screaming into the world, vulnerable with little to fear, apart from a dependency to be fed and loved.    It is from here we start to separate from our primary carers, as we explore and venture out into the world to live, grow and nurture a desire to perhaps reach our potential.  Our fear may remain with us but what definitely stays, as part of a healthy physical and emotional being, is the need to feel included and loved and not isolated from society.

This may sound a good idea as long as we are nice to others, stay focused on where we want to be and what we want to do with our time here.  How come we all at some point get into behavioural pattern(s) which in variable amounts of time become counter productive or maybe even destructive.  Read More