Habits to break: Guilt and over-apologisingJun 29, 2016

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In a week where Liz is struck down with Sinusitis and has to take a day off work, she reflects on ‘guilt’, a most unhelpful emotion and shares how she is working to challenge this negative thinking. The habit of over apologising is also explored with some references to the work of Gretchen Rubin and her podcast ‘Happiness’, Brene Brown’s TED talk and books and Fred Kofman’s Huffington Post blog article.

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