Ooopla, here we go again

It’s as if January doesn’t really fit into the calendar any more. It’s that month of ‘yeah mate, na I’m not really working yet, not everyone has got back to work yet’ and the ‘after Australia Day when the kids get back to school’ kind of month for many Australians. 

 here we go again. It’s as if January doesn’t really fit into the calendar any more. It’s that month of ‘yeah mate, na I’m not really working yet, not everyone has got back to work yet’ and the ‘after Australia Day when the kids get back to school’ kind of month for many Australians. 

Hopefully all you go getters and business achievers have taken this time to set a few goals and got some well structured strategies in place by now to ‘hit the year running’ albeit beginning in February. 

FAILED AGAIN 

Gotta love those words don’t you? It’s just what every business owner wants to hear isn’t it? NOT! As my business grows I’ve bumped heads with quite a few people. Some are just down right rude, others sugar coat it by saying its for your own benefit, (you know that constructive stab in the back)

Well I love it, it makes me grow, stretch my beliefs in myself, shows me how I deal with uncomfortable and is a gentle reminder of how a client can feel when they are pouring their soul out to us therapists in the hope that maybe they can leave feeling like a load has been lifted from their shoulders. 

So how do I (we) deal with failure?  And why doesn’t it come packaged in the same wrapping as last time? 

 

HERE'S TO GETTING IT RIGHT

Have you ever had that client that comes in  and says ‘I’m in such a mess I don’t even know where to begin, I’m sorry I would of come earlier but I’m in such a mess’. 

What are we missing girls?  This is the person that needs us most! 

They are tired, worn out, exhausted, blaming themselves for everything that goes wrong as well as their own inability to spring back and meet the demands of the daily grind.  

These people need you and they need you to be good in all areas of ‘life recovery’.

Fussy Eaters

I hear so many times in life and in my clinic that their child won’t eat THAT kind of food.  

Yes I did have children (they survived to be adults) and I was a day care mum for over 9 years when my kids were little. So I’ve have a fair amount of motherly experience as well as my 25 years of kinesiology experience. 

Here’s the tip 

Children Surrogating 

Ever wondered why your child is perfectly happy one moment then daddy (or a significant other) comes home and they turn into this wild spooky, aggressive masterpiece. 

It could be that your little one is surrogating and expressing what big ole daddy couldn’t do at work. Yep it’s 100% true. IF DAD COMES HOME ANGRY / UPSET and your child’s behaviour has changed on their arrival. I can bet you money this is child is taking on the other persons emotions. 

Here’s the tip. 

 

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