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  • #Didyouknow Fault-finding, judgment and blame can be counterproductive and keep us trapped in the past and in the neurochemicals of fight or flight - adrenaline and cortisol.
Continuously focusing on fault and blame tends to keep your attention on the past and can hinder personal growth and progress. It can create a cycle of negative thoughts and emotions that perpetuate stress, anxiety, and resentment.
There are alternative approaches that can be more helpful for personal wellbeing and growth, including:Acceptance and self-compassion: Instead of blaming yourself or others, practising forgiveness and self-compassion.Taking responsibility: Rather than dwelling on fault and blame, taking accountability for action empowers us to make positive changes.Learning and growth mindset: Embracing a mindset that sees challenges and missteps as opportunities for learning and growth can be beneficial. Focus on what can be learned from the situation and how to improve in the future.Communication and empathy: Instead of blaming others, expressing concerns, needs, and emotions while actively listening to others can foster understanding and resolution.Problem-solving and solution-oriented thinking: Shifting the focus from fault-finding to problem-solving helps identify constructive solutions.For more helpful tips follow @_drjodie_
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#DrJodie #blame #psychology #fault #fightorflight #wellbeing #personalgrowth #TheMindStrengthMethod #mindset
  • Taking care of your body is the key to nurturing your mind, and that's what Step 4 of The Mind Strength Method is all about!Remember, every small effort counts, and it's better to take baby steps than to do nothing at all.Here's a question for you: What small things can you do this week to move your body and show yourself some love? 💕Whether it's a leisurely stroll in nature, dancing to your favourite tunes, or trying out a new workout class, those little hits of dopamine will work wonders in boosting your mood!Share your ideas in the comments below and let's inspire each other to take those positive steps toward a happier, healthier mind and body.-#TheMindStrengthMethod  #SelfCare #BodyandMindLove #SelfKindness  #DopamineBoost #HealthyHabits #Wellbeing #Mindset #DrJodie
  • 40% of Aussies experience at least 2 panic attacks in their lifetime, but Panic Disorder is when panic attacks become recurrent and disabling. Having one panic attack doesn’t automatically mean you have Panic Disorder.At The Anxiety Clinic, we’re here to empower you with practical and highly effective therapy strategies for panic attacks, panic disorder or any number of mental health challenges for adults, kids and teens.
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#Anxietyattack #Anxiety #ClinicalPyschologist #EvidenceBased #CognitiveBehaviourTherapy #Mindfulness #Bondi #OnlineTherapy #PanicDisorder #DrJodie
  • Happy New Year!Remember… “What we focus on grows.” 🌱It’s never too late to set another goal or to dream a new dream.Wishing you health and new blessings to count each day in 2024.-#2024 #newyear #health #mentalhealth #DrJodie
  • The holiday season isn't always easy.
Check in with yourself and prioritise your mental health above all.
Don't forget to look out for your loved ones too.Tag a friend and let them know you're thinking of them.#DrJodie #anxiety #stress #anxietyintheholidayseason #christmasanxiety
  • NEW EPISODE NOW LIVE
After having the pleasure of speaking on all things anxiety and high performance on Andrew May’s podcast, Performance Intelligence, it’s my joy to welcome Andrew as my guest on this week’s episode of Where to From Here.
As the CEO of StriveStronger.com and Mental Skills Coach for the Manly Sea Eagles, @AndrewMay is recognised as one of the world’s leading performance strategists.
Join our conversation as we explore the transformative power of vulnerability, challenge preconceived notions of high-performance and navigate the wisdom that arises from adversity.
Hear all about Andrew’s personal insights on resilience, the human response to trauma and more!
LISTEN NOW - Where to from here with Dr Jodie.
Link in bio.
Follow me on: @_drjodie_, @theanxietyclinic_, @mindstrength_
#Wheretofromhere #DrJodiePodcast #AndrewMay #Podcast #SurvivalStories #Thriving #Highperformance #Striving #Highperformancemindset #Mindset #Mindstrength
#Didyouknow Fault-finding, judgment and blame can be counterproductive and keep us trapped in the past and in the neurochemicals of fight or flight - adrenaline and cortisol.
Continuously focusing on fault and blame tends to keep your attention on the past and can hinder personal growth and progress. It can create a cycle of negative thoughts and emotions that perpetuate stress, anxiety, and resentment.
There are alternative approaches that can be more helpful for personal wellbeing and growth, including:Acceptance and self-compassion: Instead of blaming yourself or others, practising forgiveness and self-compassion.Taking responsibility: Rather than dwelling on fault and blame, taking accountability for action empowers us to make positive changes.Learning and growth mindset: Embracing a mindset that sees challenges and missteps as opportunities for learning and growth can be beneficial. Focus on what can be learned from the situation and how to improve in the future.Communication and empathy: Instead of blaming others, expressing concerns, needs, and emotions while actively listening to others can foster understanding and resolution.Problem-solving and solution-oriented thinking: Shifting the focus from fault-finding to problem-solving helps identify constructive solutions.For more helpful tips follow @_drjodie_
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#DrJodie #blame #psychology #fault #fightorflight #wellbeing #personalgrowth #TheMindStrengthMethod #mindset
#Didyouknow Fault-finding, judgment and blame can be counterproductive and keep us trapped in the past and in the neurochemicals of fight or flight - adrenaline and cortisol. Continuously focusing on fault and blame tends to keep your attention on the past and can hinder personal growth and progress. It can create a cycle of negative thoughts and emotions that perpetuate stress, anxiety, and resentment. There are alternative approaches that can be more helpful for personal wellbeing and growth, including:Acceptance and self-compassion: Instead of blaming yourself or others, practising forgiveness and self-compassion.Taking responsibility: Rather than dwelling on fault and blame, taking accountability for action empowers us to make positive changes.Learning and growth mindset: Embracing a mindset that sees challenges and missteps as opportunities for learning and growth can be beneficial. Focus on what can be learned from the situation and how to improve in the future.Communication and empathy: Instead of blaming others, expressing concerns, needs, and emotions while actively listening to others can foster understanding and resolution.Problem-solving and solution-oriented thinking: Shifting the focus from fault-finding to problem-solving helps identify constructive solutions.For more helpful tips follow @_drjodie_ - #DrJodie #blame #psychology #fault #fightorflight #wellbeing #personalgrowth #TheMindStrengthMethod #mindset
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Taking care of your body is the key to nurturing your mind, and that's what Step 4 of The Mind Strength Method is all about!Remember, every small effort counts, and it's better to take baby steps than to do nothing at all.Here's a question for you: What small things can you do this week to move your body and show yourself some love? 💕Whether it's a leisurely stroll in nature, dancing to your favourite tunes, or trying out a new workout class, those little hits of dopamine will work wonders in boosting your mood!Share your ideas in the comments below and let's inspire each other to take those positive steps toward a happier, healthier mind and body.-#TheMindStrengthMethod  #SelfCare #BodyandMindLove #SelfKindness  #DopamineBoost #HealthyHabits #Wellbeing #Mindset #DrJodie
Taking care of your body is the key to nurturing your mind, and that's what Step 4 of The Mind Strength Method is all about!Remember, every small effort counts, and it's better to take baby steps than to do nothing at all.Here's a question for you: What small things can you do this week to move your body and show yourself some love? 💕Whether it's a leisurely stroll in nature, dancing to your favourite tunes, or trying out a new workout class, those little hits of dopamine will work wonders in boosting your mood!Share your ideas in the comments below and let's inspire each other to take those positive steps toward a happier, healthier mind and body.-#TheMindStrengthMethod #SelfCare #BodyandMindLove #SelfKindness #DopamineBoost #HealthyHabits #Wellbeing #Mindset #DrJodie
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40% of Aussies experience at least 2 panic attacks in their lifetime, but Panic Disorder is when panic attacks become recurrent and disabling. Having one panic attack doesn’t automatically mean you have Panic Disorder.At The Anxiety Clinic, we’re here to empower you with practical and highly effective therapy strategies for panic attacks, panic disorder or any number of mental health challenges for adults, kids and teens.
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#Anxietyattack #Anxiety #ClinicalPyschologist #EvidenceBased #CognitiveBehaviourTherapy #Mindfulness #Bondi #OnlineTherapy #PanicDisorder #DrJodie
40% of Aussies experience at least 2 panic attacks in their lifetime, but Panic Disorder is when panic attacks become recurrent and disabling. Having one panic attack doesn’t automatically mean you have Panic Disorder.At The Anxiety Clinic, we’re here to empower you with practical and highly effective therapy strategies for panic attacks, panic disorder or any number of mental health challenges for adults, kids and teens. - #Anxietyattack #Anxiety #ClinicalPyschologist #EvidenceBased #CognitiveBehaviourTherapy #Mindfulness #Bondi #OnlineTherapy #PanicDisorder #DrJodie
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Happy New Year!Remember… “What we focus on grows.” 🌱It’s never too late to set another goal or to dream a new dream.Wishing you health and new blessings to count each day in 2024.-#2024 #newyear #health #mentalhealth #DrJodie
Happy New Year!Remember… “What we focus on grows.” 🌱It’s never too late to set another goal or to dream a new dream.Wishing you health and new blessings to count each day in 2024.-#2024 #newyear #health #mentalhealth #DrJodie
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The holiday season isn't always easy.
Check in with yourself and prioritise your mental health above all.
Don't forget to look out for your loved ones too.Tag a friend and let them know you're thinking of them.#DrJodie #anxiety #stress #anxietyintheholidayseason #christmasanxiety
The holiday season isn't always easy. Check in with yourself and prioritise your mental health above all. Don't forget to look out for your loved ones too.Tag a friend and let them know you're thinking of them.#DrJodie #anxiety #stress #anxietyintheholidayseason #christmasanxiety
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NEW EPISODE NOW LIVE
After having the pleasure of speaking on all things anxiety and high performance on Andrew May’s podcast, Performance Intelligence, it’s my joy to welcome Andrew as my guest on this week’s episode of Where to From Here.
As the CEO of StriveStronger.com and Mental Skills Coach for the Manly Sea Eagles, @AndrewMay is recognised as one of the world’s leading performance strategists.
Join our conversation as we explore the transformative power of vulnerability, challenge preconceived notions of high-performance and navigate the wisdom that arises from adversity.
Hear all about Andrew’s personal insights on resilience, the human response to trauma and more!
LISTEN NOW - Where to from here with Dr Jodie.
Link in bio.
Follow me on: @_drjodie_, @theanxietyclinic_, @mindstrength_
#Wheretofromhere #DrJodiePodcast #AndrewMay #Podcast #SurvivalStories #Thriving #Highperformance #Striving #Highperformancemindset #Mindset #Mindstrength
NEW EPISODE NOW LIVE After having the pleasure of speaking on all things anxiety and high performance on Andrew May’s podcast, Performance Intelligence, it’s my joy to welcome Andrew as my guest on this week’s episode of Where to From Here. As the CEO of StriveStronger.com and Mental Skills Coach for the Manly Sea Eagles, @AndrewMay is recognised as one of the world’s leading performance strategists. Join our conversation as we explore the transformative power of vulnerability, challenge preconceived notions of high-performance and navigate the wisdom that arises from adversity. Hear all about Andrew’s personal insights on resilience, the human response to trauma and more! LISTEN NOW - Where to from here with Dr Jodie. Link in bio. Follow me on: @_drjodie_, @theanxietyclinic_, @mindstrength_ #Wheretofromhere #DrJodiePodcast #AndrewMay #Podcast #SurvivalStories #Thriving #Highperformance #Striving #Highperformancemindset #Mindset #Mindstrength
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