The Differentiated Life
Based In Surbiton, home of classic British sitcom The Good Life, Kathryn’s blog and resources explore and unpack what it means to live “The Differentiated Life.”
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Today’s session is about the superpower Focusing. It’s a superpower because of the way it enables us to connect with how we’re feeling inside. It helps us gain insight and can release powerful shifts in the way we relate to the challenging circumstances we find ourselves in. I love [...]
Today’s session is about what to do when you’re feeling overwhelmed with home-schooling. Session #1 introduced the ideas of how we catch anxiety, hold it in our body and want to bind it somehow to reduce the pressure we’re feeling. Today we’re thinking about how to stop our fears [...]
Today’s session is about toilet rolls (it couldn’t not be could it?) Offering a differentiation perspective on the experience of emotional contagion and why we couldn’t help ourselves. In order to halt the spread of this emotional “virus" we first need to get the big picture. So today I’m [...]
As my private practise has moved online during lockdown, I’ve been thinking about what I might be able to be able to support the wider community. I’ve decided to offer regular virtual therapy sessions. Life has changed really fast over the last few weeks. We are all faced with [...]
The first step towards growing our differentiation is to increase our conscious awareness of our current differentiation toolkit (Click here for a brief introduction to Differentiation). One of the best times to observe them is when you are in a pressured, conflictual or emotionally charged situation with an important person [...]
What’s your remote-control style? Are you the one who happily grabs the TV remote and immediately chooses the channel. Unconcerned by others gathered round the TV? Or are you the one who avoids taking charge of the remote. Finding it almost impossible to choose a programme without garnering a clear [...]
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