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Are people judging you?

Updated: Apr 26, 2019


One of the greatest lessons I have learned over the years is to be true to yourself. So many live with the pressures of society, their “friends”, family, and other traditional ideologies that they are directly and indirectly pressured into living.


Not being your authentic self comes with consequences and many moments of pain.


How do we avoid the torture of suppressing your true self? Find that courage inside you to stand tall.


Find that confidence that I know is hidden deep inside you to express who you really are.

If someone has a problem with you, always remember that this is a reflection of the discomfort they are feeling inside and has nothing to do with you. They are simply projecting the agony they feel inside. If they had a peaceful mind they would not be judging you. This is their problem, not yours.


Keep smiling. Keep pushing forward. You are amazing. You are beautiful.


You are perfect just the way you are.



Always keep in mind...


Step number one in dealing with a mental health issue is reaching out for professional help (Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Therapist, etc.).


The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only.


It is not for diagnosing, prognosticating, treatment or prescribing of mental health conditions. 


For the treatment of any mental health condition or disease, or drug therapy, please consult your physician or other healthcare providers.


If you are experiencing a mental health crisis please call 911 or visit your hospital immediately.


When you’re in a place in your life where you can make positive changes, the techniques Jeremy delivers on this website, in his presentations and in his books may help.


The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only. It is not for diagnosing, prognosticating, treatment or prescribing of mental health conditions. 

For the treatment of any mental health condition or disease, or drug therapy, please consult your physician or other healthcare providers.

 

When you’re in a place in your life where you can make positive changes, the techniques Jeremy delivers on this website and in his presentations and books may help in reducing stress & anxiety.

 

Just like a broken bone can occur due to several reasons, stress and anxiety can occur for many different reasons. Biological issues, imbalances, trauma, and a multitude of different causes are directly related to how stress and anxiety can occur.

 

Jeremy's books, workshops, presentations etc. concentrates on two distinct causes; 1) negative racing thoughts and 2) how we react to particular stressful situations. 

 

This presentation also concentrates on how our thinking can play a role in helping shape our lives in a more positive manner. 

 

When dealing with anxiety or overwhelming stress, the first step should be reaching out for professional help (Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Therapist, Counsellor, etc.). 

If the stress or anxiety that you experience is caused by how you typically react to situations or your negative thought patterns, the information on this website and in Jeremy's presentations/books may help.