We’re going out OUT! To celebrate some of our amazing Worry Wizards who are helping Wellbeing Shine ✨❤️🧡💛💚💙💜💕 Tomorrow, Tracey (Postmaster General of The Worry Wizard’s Worldwide Wellbeing Postal Service 🌎 💌💫) and myself are visiting 3️⃣ primary schools in Tameside and Glossop to celebrate the children who are winners of our Wellbeing Shine Champion sticker competition 🌟🏆. We asked our Worry Wizards to help us design our new Wellbeing Shine stickers. We hoped some
I’ve been reading a lot about pandemic fatigue this past week. Recognising the signs of it in my own world, this beautiful illustration by @sketchymuma lifted my spirits 🆙 🤍. Thank you to @thepsychologymum whose brilliant writing helps to explain what so many of us are experiencing right now, “There’s growing evidence that the pandemic may be causing increased fatigue…people have started to use the term pandemic fatigue to describe the exhaustion or mental exhaustion you m
You had the Courage to write and tell me that your lack of Belief is raining on your dreams right now. Here’s my letter back to you...
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When your child is struggling with Worries and seems to be drawing further and further away from you, you can feel consumed by your ache for connection. If you find yourself in a moment of connection, the urge to ‘achieve’ as much as possible can be overwhelming; ‘What is going on for you?’ ‘How are you feeling?’ ‘What are you thinking?’ Have you tried doing this?’
I am acutely aware of this urge. I am writing my Wellbeing Programme for Bigfoot Arts Education - HQ at
When you see a child struggling, your natural desire is to relieve that struggle. To urge them to climb up and meet you in a place you believe will be better for them. Why don’t you think this? Why don’t you feel this? Have you tried doing this?
Yet,time and again, I am stunned by how powerful it can be for a child when you climb down and join them in the place that they are. When you are able to pause and be curious about their thoughts and feelings and what they are choo