How do you feel, really? Welcome to July and our mid-year reflection. How are you? How are you feeling after all those months of storms and the unveiling of uncomfortable truths about our humanity? We have all come so far, and we all still have a lot of work to do. Many of us experience a lot of collective, generational and individual trauma. Many of us wake up to the …
How much do you know about empathy? Happy National Empathy Day! Happy Pride Month! Here, this month is a time of reflection about the diversity of expression and kindness that unites us in the UK. So what is empathy? Often confused with sympathy (feeling sorry for others), empathy is an ability to step into the other person’s emotional space. It is an ability to feel with them. We can do this in …
This is the question we are often scared to ask in the room with the client. However, it is the crucial question that opens the door to a trusted work for change and healing.
Lockdowns, social isolation, difficult choices…spring is proving somewhat challenging. However, it also allows a lot of space to think.
Congratulations to Lewis for making it to the Rife’s 30 under 30’s list this year.
I hope this email finds you well. How are you? Really, how are you doing? How is this time of the year for you? Let me know!
As we approach the end of this challenging year, I am sitting down to reflect on it, and I encourage you to do the same. 2020 feels unique, unveiling and challenging in many ways.
This November Voxel Hub is celebrating its first anniversary. For many of us, the last 12 months have been challenging and revealing. The reactions to those shifts were complex. My personal thought leaders emerged wiser and stronger. My close networks and communities grew kinder and more resilient. We all connected around the old problems, new pains and ongoing vulnerabilities, and maybe our own humanity too.
The first Voxel Hub Newsletter was published last weekend, on World Mental Health Day 2020.
It is World Mental Health Day 2020. This year we are focussing on improving access to mental health support and opening up conversations about our wellbeing, so I urge you to check out the discussions online today.