30 06, 2019

Ending the emptiness and loneliness of Childhood Emotional Neglect

By |2019-10-31T22:43:45+00:00June 30th, 2019|0 Comments

William* is a man who on the outside looks like he has everything going on for him. He has a good job, a partner and children. William has always felt like there is something missing in his life but he cannot pinpoint what that might be as there is no [...]

30 04, 2019

People pleasing can make you anxious and resentful – How to stop it?

By |2019-05-30T00:06:07+00:00April 30th, 2019|0 Comments

Emma* would describe herself as having a strong maternal instinct and she has always seen her role as the one that is there for others and she just wants others to be happy. When a family member or a friend is in need, she is there to support them. She [...]

12 02, 2019

Emotional flexibility vs. rigidity – How childhood emotional neglect or trauma can make it difficult for you to adapt to sudden changes

By |2019-02-12T23:02:44+00:00February 12th, 2019|0 Comments

What happens when your plan is messed up by sudden, unexpected events? You make plans and are either looking forward to something or are relying on things to be working and then something happens and your plans are changed. Such as: You have Christmas planned with the family and friends, [...]

9 06, 2018

Does your life spark joy? KonMari decluttering philosophy could help with improving your emotional well-being

By |2018-06-14T21:56:06+00:00June 9th, 2018|0 Comments

Bea* has a busy life: finding balance with the demands of her life is difficult (work, family, friends & self). She often feels overwhelmed with everything even her charity work that used to bring her joy now feels just like another task that is draining her. Bea is often [...]

10 07, 2017

Healing the mother wound – Part 1: Understanding the mother wound, good enough mothering and the impact of the mother wound as an adult

By |2019-03-09T15:59:59+00:00July 10th, 2017|4 Comments

Perhaps the most painful of all feelings is the awareness that your mother was not there for you emotionally as a child, this creates the mother wound. She might have been physically present but emotionally absent. Perhaps she was (is) very critical and she was telling [...]

12 06, 2017

How do our early relationships impact adult well-being & relationships?

By |2017-06-12T23:01:47+00:00June 12th, 2017|0 Comments

From the day we are born, we start to form relationships with people in our world and these early relationships guide our later relationships even in adulthood. The aim of this blog post is to explain how these early relationships often impact our intimate relationships in adulthood: what type [...]

3 05, 2017

Toxic relationships: recognising, healing and moving on after a toxic relationship

By |2017-07-04T14:00:04+00:00May 3rd, 2017|2 Comments

Recognising the signs of a toxic relationship Peter* is a big, manly man who is successful at work as a project manager. On the outside, you would not know that there is nothing unusual going on in his life. He has been going out with Kirsty for 5 [...]

20 04, 2017

Why Are Self-Care And Self-Compassion So Important For Our Well-Being?

By |2017-04-20T23:31:16+00:00April 20th, 2017|0 Comments

How are you looking after yourself? Are you a busy professional or a parent juggling with family & career, or looking after an elderly relative or busy with something or someone else? Where do you place yourself on the priority list? Self-care refers to taking care of your needs whether [...]

6 02, 2017

When being fiercely independent leaves you feeling alone and isolated

By |2017-05-18T23:39:30+00:00February 6th, 2017|0 Comments

Kate* is a professional woman in her 30s. She’s got it all going for her. She’s got a good job, has good friends and has great holidays. Kate’s always been an independent woman. She’s done her own thing and relied on her resources to cope and get by in [...]