Where’s the ‘me’ after Covid?

March 22nd, 2022

Post Covid Anxiety The past two years ensured that we got to spend a great deal of time with ourselves, and whilst time spent reflecting on oneself is often beneficial, being confined to the house day in and day out with not much to do but focus on ourselves can quickly turn sour and can…

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Online Relationships Part 3: 4 ways online connections are different to offline

November 8th, 2021

Online connections can be very different to offline connections The way we talk online is very different to offline interaction, that is because certain aspects of the conversation can difficult to read. There is a recognised rule, the 7:38:55 rule. 7% verbal, 38% tonal, and 55% body language. We have to interpret what is of…

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Online Relationships Part 2: 3 ways relationships are affected negatively by technology

October 20th, 2021

Finding love online – 3 ways relationships are affected negatively by technology Whether you find yourself arguing with your partner over excessive phone use or you feel the need to spy on your partner’s social media activity, technology can become massive problem in relationships. It is natural to have time to do your own things…

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Online Relationships Part 1: The good and bad aspects to online dating

September 29th, 2021

How to approach online dating Online dating has opened a new door for relationships in the last few years. It provides a quick and easy way to view, match and meet your ideal partner in just a click of a button. With the convenience of not having to leave your living room to do so,…

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Confidence & Covid

July 28th, 2020

How COVID-19 may be affecting your confidence. During this challenging time of uncertainty and isolation, for many daily life is different. Perhaps before Coronavirus, life was difficult and now it has become even more so. Or perhaps you were in a good place and now the rhythm, routine and pace of life has changed. Maybe…

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Lockdown Happiness

June 9th, 2020

How to stay happy during COVID-19 Coping with self isolation and anxiety during lockdown It’s easy to feel consumed by the negativity that COVID-19 surrounds us with right now. We are fearful how deeply it may affect our families, ourselves and our communities. It may feel difficult to find joy in the mass panic. However,…

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Relationships Part 3. Can a family therapist help resolve my relationship difficulties?

March 5th, 2017

Family therapist, counsellor, therapist – whatever you want to call it, it really works to help resolve difficulties you may be experiencing. Whether you are seeking support to maintain a healthy relationship or need guidance because you fear your relationship issues have become unmanageable, couples or marriage counselling can help you. There is a range…

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Relationships Part 2. When do relationship difficulties become a real problem?

February 25th, 2017

Marriage and relationship counselling can work well to restore balance and understanding. We all face stress in our lives on a day-to-day basis. It is a natural and healthy part of life, as long as it remains manageable. However when one or both partners are no longer willing to address issues or work towards a…

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Relationships Part 1. What are the difficulties that relationships face?

February 17th, 2017

Relationship conflict can unsettle the strongest of partnerships. Relationships are a fundamental part of our everyday lives. They provide us with love, support and help to maintain our health and happiness. However, relationships aren’t always easy and require work, commitment and compromise. At times you may also need a little help from relationship or couples…

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3 ways couple counselling can help you feel better

October 29th, 2015

3 ways couple counselling can help you feel better   You know your therapist doesn’t take sides Going to therapy shows you care You feel relieved something is being done   You know your therapist doesn’t take sides Because your couple counsellor is impartial, or neutral, you will receive a fair and non-judgemental approach to…

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