Reframing our mindset provides us with an opportunity to think differently about the people around us, our relationships and situations to discover a new perspective. Reframing has been described as someone looking through a camera lens. As we look at the picture through the lens we can move closer or further away from the picture. Depending on the operator of the camera when looking at a view, a picture can sometimes be blurred or clear. Essentially the idea behind reframing our mindset is that a person’s perspective depends on the frame it is viewed in. When the frame is moved, the perspective changes and their thinking and behaviour often will change too.
We can not control what is happening around us, but we can control the way that we respond, react and relate to others. Keep reading to find out more…
Continue reading Shifting your focus – Reframing your mindset
While there is so much change and turmoil in the world it is important to take time to pause, breathe and stay in the present.
You may have heard people talk about being mindful or meditating – but what’s that all about? Keep reading to find out.
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For most of us, this idea of social distancing feels strange. The adjustment to our “new normal” is challenging and pretty exhausting. Humans are hard-wired to connect with others – and usually, that’s exactly what we do. We eat together, play together, work together, socialise together, talk together… and now how we do that looks different.
Anyone else feeling lonely, bored, fatigued, stressed, frustrated or sad, that we can’t see people the way we usually do? Or maybe you feel some relief and contentment at having more time at home?
Staying connected whilst social distancing is our reality for the moment and I imagine is on most of our minds. There are some pretty clever ways we can do stay together despite the distance. Keep reading to find out…
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