Author Archives: Dawn Cox

Resources for Better Sleep and Grounding

Good sleep patterns are strongly connected to a sense of happiness and empowerment. If we feel well rested we have more energy and a sense of calm that helps us think well and get things done. When we have a … Continue reading

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Harnessing you’re unconscious to create what you believe

  As a counsellor you learn that the core beliefs that people carry create the outcomes in their lives. If you believe you’re not good at something, you usually won’t be. Part of my job is to help people create … Continue reading

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The Connections Between Sleep and Anxiety

I came across an interesting article (Sleep and Anxiety)  showing the many connections between sleep quality and anxiety. It has been put together by a mattress company but has a lot of valuable information. It touches on many aspects of … Continue reading

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One Effective Answer to the School Shooting Crisis

For all of negatives we can attribute to social media it’s ability to transmit useful  information to the masses is not one of them  . A friend of mine posted this link on Facebook and I had to share it. … Continue reading

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Brene Brown on Vulnerability – Ted Talk

One of my favourite Ted Talks of all time. Brene Brown is inspirational in her down to earth way of explaining her learning path around the power of vulnerability. YouTube link

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Will Smith on Fault vs. Responsibility

  YouTube link for video clip of Will Smith speaking on the idea of Fault vs. Responsibility.  

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Recovering From Infidelity

Recovering from any kind of betrayal can be one of the most challenging tasks for any human being. We are programmed to navigate our world by using our ability to ally ourselves with people we trust and steer clear of … Continue reading

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Perfectionism

I came across this article today. I have read it before and may have even posted it but I want to post it again because it really touches on a series of important ideas about perfectionism that goes too far. … Continue reading

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8 Things Emotionally Intelligent People Avoid

Ahh.. David Wolfe, we share so many of the same values. Thank you for having a voice. 8 Things Emotionally Intelligent People Avoid  

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There Are No Mistakes, There Are No Failures…

Well, Oprah strikes again.   Through the years this woman truly has  been a part of many of my “TSN” turning points, or a she might say those “Ah, hah” moments. Today this was shared by a friend on Facebook … Continue reading

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