“I want to change but I’m too busy”. “I need to get the space to do what I want”. These are two of the common excuses we all hear. I recently met a man who is so busy he has no time to do anything that might get him ahead in life. We went... Continue reading
Having lived decades with severe anxiety and depression, John Prendergast found the help he needed to overcome those challenges and to build a happier and more successful life. Wanting to help others find the same sort of transformation in life, he took advantage of every opportunity to train with world leading therapists & trainers.
His desire to help comes from his personal experience of too many nights awake, mind racing, panic attacks, low motivation, and avoiding too much of life while still suffering anxiety. This drives John to help real people create better lives.
John is always happy to talk to people about what can change and how life can be made better.
CAN ISSUES LIKE DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, PANIC, STRESS AND SIMILAR CHANGE?
They did in my life, and I'm not alone
“There is more sunshine in my mind. I don’t wake up in dread. I feel way more competent in my ability to handle things and know I have the tools needed to tackle any obstacle or fear in life.”
Diane, Co. Westmeath
“I felt like my head/thoughts were controlling me and my life and going downhill all the time – no light at the end of the tunnel. I always felt as a whole I wasn’t happy during my life. I know now I am able to control my life/thoughts/how I see things – I feel like I have a second chance to start a new life.”
“When I began therapy I was experiencing 5-7 panic attacks a day. I was heavily restricted in day to day life avoiding busy places like shopping centres in case I’d have a panic attack in public. After just 7 sessions I have not had a panic attack in months. My anxiety is reduced 85% and I feel more confident in busy areas. I am also better at dealing with situations that in the past would cause me anxiety. I highly recommend it to anyone with anxiety.”
“Life was difficult! I lived a life of avoidance. Constantly scanning for threats, difficult situations to avoid… now… I’ve started to live again. I have the tools and techniques I need to live a happier life.”
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Why do I keep doing this? What’s wrong with me? These are two of the common questions I hear. Let me explain a couple of things that your brain is doing when it comes to self sabotage. You might sit there and say ‘I’m happy”, or ‘what have I got to worry about’, or... Continue reading