Do you keep finding yourself in relationships (and subsequently getting hurt) by people who are scared of commitment? Or maybe you’re one who is scared of committing to anyone? In this blog, we’re going to have a quick look at why this may be the case. Signs someone has a fear of commitment: Very keenContinue reading “Fear of commitment”
“Ghosting: the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication.” Oxford English Dictionary Ghosting has become a common way of ending a relationship, but why do people ghost, and what effect does it have on the person doing the ghosting and on the person on theContinue reading “The truth about ghosting”
It might sound like a strange concept, but the best way to find your perfect partner is to find yourself first.
I guess I first started ‘journaling’ when I was a teenager… Inspired by my mum who kept a daily diary, I started to do the same, but found it soon turned from an account of the things I’d done that day to how the things that had happened that day made me feel. It wasContinue reading “How journaling can help your mental health”
In my last blog, I talked about how your self-esteem can affect your love life, but of course if can affect every area of your life – so today I’m going to talk about your inner critic. Your inner critic is that voice inside your head that tells you you’re worthless. It takes great pleasure inContinue reading “Learn to love your inner critic and become your own best friend”
We’re so good at giving love to others, but not always good at giving the same love to ourselves. But why? I spent most of my teens and early 20s hating myself. I didn’t believe I was worthy of love, or anything else for that matter – I didn’t think I was pretty enough, IContinue reading “How your self-esteem can affect your love life”
In my last blog I covered some ideas that may help you get to sleep at night, but sometimes the thought and effort of getting up in the morning to face another day can be difficult. I’m not a morning person, so it is something I’ve personally struggled with – leaving getting out of bed untilContinue reading “How to ease the struggle of getting out of bed in the morning”
Something that crops up again and again in counselling sessions is the debilitating effect that anxiety and unwanted thoughts can have on clients’ ability to sleep. And of course, most of us have been there…. At the end of the day, we climb into bed, hoping to drift into a deep and peaceful sleep, whenContinue reading “What to do when you can’t get to sleep”
Because counselling happens behind closed doors, it can seem to be shrouded in mystery, so in this blog, we’re going to do some counselling myth-busting! By addressing common misconceptions associated with counselling and therapy, I hope to take away some of the mystique and leave you feeling more informed and enlightened! So here we go…. There mustContinue reading “Behind the curtain – busting those counselling myths”
There are so many things in the world that we can’t control, such as the weather, and the thoughts and actions of others. But there are more things that you do have control over in your life, even if you think you don’t. You may be in a job you hate and think you have noContinue reading “The choice is yours…”
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