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It shouldn't happen to a marathon runner!!

I used to watch the London Marathon most years with my Dad and for some reason got into my head that I wanted to run it some day, I have no idea why as running is NOT an activity that I enjoy...

Later I made it a goal that I would do the London Marathon before I was 30.

2014

2014 was my first marathon attempt!

Unfortunately one week before the marathon my pony, Linford, decided to have a huge strop and crushed my big toe!!! When it happened I didn't realise the extent of the injury, after all it was just a toe right?

Jon drove me to Salisbury A&E as we figured we needed to know how bad it was and one Xray later we discovered a crush fracture of the end bone in my big toe and the fracture had compromised the joint.

I asked the consultant if there was any chance I could run on it and was met with a look of complete disbelief and the word "no".

All those hours of training and I spent the next few weeks walking around with this sexy footwear:

2017

After the burn of 2014 I had...

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Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

The syndrome is one that I have been aware of before and have struggled with myself  in the past so I know from personal experience what it takes to deal with it.

Despite studying anxiety and psychology extensively, I still occasionally catch my negative thoughts saying "why on earth would people listen to you?".

Not what you need when you are about to hit the stage!!

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What is Impostor Syndrome?

Put simply it is the overriding feeling that you have achieved where you are by luck and could be found out at any moment as a fraud.

This can be in the work place, as a parent or even as a student.

It was originally thought that women were more affected than men however, more recent studies have found that gender doesn't have any impact on how likely an individual is to develop it.

As such a wide range of people struggle with impostor syndrome, believing that their accomplishments are...

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Discover which common negative thinking patterns you have.

The way we think has a huge impact on our mental health. If you are looking to overcome your anxiety or just improve your mental health then first you need to know what thoughts are making things worse.

This download gives you a list of the most common ways we think negatively. All you need to do is see which ones you do most.

Also, keep an eye on your emails! I will be sending you a really useful video that goes with this exercise.