Self care is not about being selfish.
Are you being valiant at your own expense? Women’s month this year, has the theme of “valiant women of the vote”. Quiet ironic I think, as the meaning of these words, are so often misunderstood…
Understanding the “WE” that makes my ‘I” There is the saying which goes, “you can choose your friends but not your family”. Interesting is that this same saying applies to your “internal family”. So what…
Emotions, like fizzy drinks, tend to create a mess if bottled up.
As a counsellor I work to empower people, to restore health and happiness, to teach coping skills, to improve relationships, and to manage stress. Working with adults, adolescents, couples and families. With an eclectic training…
I believe that we are all dynamic psychological-spiritual-physical-social living beings. Treatment starts with identifying any depletion within these realms. For long term life change, we needs to move beyond the symptom and find the source….
Setting healthy boundaries is one of the most important things we can learn, and one of the most important things to teach our children.
An article to answer some of your questions about eating disorders while giving you a clearer picture of a disorder which affects more individuals than we can begin to imagine.
When an individual becomes unhealthily dependent on others, or a specific individual, place or thing, then negative consequences begin to arise. The specific characteristics and patterns, which encourage unhealthy dependence, include denial, low self-esteem, control, compliance and avoidance.
“Do I drink too much?” This is a question I have heard many people often ask. At the end of the day, this is also a question you can only answer yourself.