Believing in Yourself, Overcoming Past Selves and Adapting to Change


Welcome back to another episode! Today’s podcast episode looks at self-belief, how to overcome the people we once were and the regrets we have from those times as well as adapting to change. A short but sweet episode, we look at how we can take back control from self-doubting thoughts and use a “train stations” analogy to put this into practise. We can be our own worst enemy OR we can be our greatest cheerleader, believing that we can achieve what we set out to achieve and rise above challenges and difficulties.

Change is hard, it pushes us out of our comfort zone and into the unknown which is often deemed as dangerous. BUT this is where growth happens, this is where vulnerability happens, and vulnerability is us in our true state, providing us with a foundation to build upon.

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Wellbeing writer, host for The Inspired Narrative podcast and mental health support worker.