Back in the 1970s when I was growing up, before the era of touch screens and computer games, Weebles were all the rage. These little egg-shaped toys were perfectly balanced, earning themselves the strap line: “Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down”. And it was true, they didn’t. Whether their
Resilience is a word that we hear and read a lot about at the moment. It can be defined as the capacity to recover quickly from set-backs, difficulties or life changes. Whilst the ability to bounce back from challenging situations is clearly a step in the right direction and much
Part of my work as a Thrive Consultant is helping clients become aware of their limiting beliefs so that we can work together to change them. As the name suggests, a limiting belief is one that is holding you back in life. Sometimes, clients have maintained that unhelpful belief for
2. They reframe negative thoughts. Source: 8 Things Mentally Strong People Do Every Day | Psychology Today
Parents sometimes fall into the trap of choreographing their child’s success. Source: 7 Steps to Build Resilient Children Who Aren’t Afraid to Fail: Resilience is the ability to bounce back from and cope well with challenges. I work with teenagers to help them develop resilience using the Thrive for Teenagers Programme.