Growing confidence when you're feeling socially anxious or not good enough, so you can live a happier life, the way you want...

...because no one should feel alone, broken and ashamed,
like we did. (Find out who we are and read our stories)

Bringing like-minded people together, we're creating a community of understanding and a safe place for you to learn, grow, make friends and practice your social abilities...

What would you like help with right now?


Gently connecting with like-minded people at your own pace in a place where it's ok to talk, and it's ok to be quiet too.

Coaching & counselling

Supporting you to change how you're thinking, feeling and behaving so you can live a more courageous, connected life.

Confidence workshops

Increasing your self-awareness and understanding through sharing knowledge and techniques to support your growth.

Personal training

Getting active to improve your wellbeing through movement. This is for you if you aren't yet ready to exercise in public.

"Let go of who you think you're supposed to be... embrace who you are"

Brené Brown

See news, confidence tips and stories on our blog:

Comfort Zone

How to grow your comfort zone [Free gift]

How do you cope when you feel anxious in social situations? My go-to strategy was always avoidance. I’d […]

How to reduce anxiety with balanced breathing

Managing anxiety Your body’s response to stress is triggered automatically by a part of your nervous system that […]

mBraining: Wise decision making

The art and science of wise life choices

When was the last time you made a decision that you knew, deep down, was the wrong thing […]

Tom’s story: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

In a sense, this is a ‘Tale of Two Cities’ or, more accurately, two countries; actually three if […]

How allowing myself to try helped me with anxiety

My mantra through school and university life was ‘avoid all eye contact with the teacher and they likely […]

Quiet Connections accepting imperfections

Are you ‘perfect’ or authentic?

Remember how it felt at school, when a teacher would ask a question that you had no clue […]

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