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Well Being Support Series

Lifestyle, Rituals, Wellbeingdanielle copperman2 Comments

Just coming on here to tell you all about the new ‘Support’ section of my website; a series of worksheets, digital workshops and other formats of support-based, interactive content. The intention is to provide powerful practices to encourage you to develop on your own personal journey of wellbeing, and by providing worksheets, workshops and other exercises, I hope it will help you a little more deeply and on a more personal level than my regular content.

To kick it off, I’ve shared my first worksheet covering the topic of Daily Rituals. It outlines just 10 simple rituals that I have tried and tested over time and which I think can really contribute to enhancing your life, both physically and mentally. I like to think that this worksheet will provide simple, digestible and achievable reminders and prompts for you to adopt one or several wholesome practices that can support you at different times of the day. For me, these rituals have helped increase my energy levels (both mentally and physically), improve digestion, enhance positivity, reduce stress, boost productivity and focus, and eradicate unhealthy thought processes, such as limiting beliefs, judgement, doubt, fear and comparison.

You will also find some information on private consultations as well as a question space, where you can leave me a question about absolutely anything and I will do my best to get back to you with some overview advice. I have decided to set up a space here for confidential questions, following on from the huge response I had to offering monthly consultations via Instagram’s direct messages.

To find out more, click the ‘Support’ tab at the top right of the site.

Instagram Consultation Sessions

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Last Sunday, I found myself snowed in at my parents house in Bath, with nothing much to do, for once. I usually fill every moment with work or writing or planning work or writing, and so instead of taking to my laptop to continue working on some to do lists, I took to my phone, to work on you.

I opened up a window of time for private, one-to-one consultations via Instagram direct messages. I’m not sure why or how the idea came to me but I felt compelled to really open up a space for people to come forth with real questions, problems, issues, challenges or concerns. We spend so much of our time online these days, and whilst we’re technically more connected than ever, we’re less genuinely connected than ever too. The connections are not deep or authentic, and they are certainly not nourishing or supportive (with some exceptions). I have been seeking a way to use Instagram as best I can, and this felt like a really simple way to actually connect with followers, readers and even friends of mine who are after advice, input or just someone to talk to.

The session was overwhelming. I had about twenty people with such varied concerns, and spend about 3 hours messaging back and forth with each one of them, finding out almost everything about them in order to understand their issues and find the root of their problems and to appropriately suggest ways in which to move forward. Whether it’s diet, fitness, mental health, relationship or career related, or anything else at all, I’ve decided to hold an open Private Consultation session once a month from now on. The response and feedback was just incredible, and just serving as someone willing to listen seemed to give some of the people I connected with the hope and encouragement they needed to really take control of things.

The sessions are completely confidential and I hope you will reach out to me in future if there is ever anything on your mind.

Follow me @dcopperman on Instagram if you’re interested and keep an eye out for the next session (likely 3rd March - although due to an ever-changing schedule, this may vary). And please leave a comment below if you like this idea, I’d love to hear from you. And if you have any recommendations or specific themes or topics you’d like to suggest, leave them in the comments too.