Loneliness is a big topic for discussion, but for now; I’d like to share some of the philosophies I’ve learned over time and in doing so it will become clear there is much to explore beyond what I share with you here. Continue reading “Loneliness is a choice, and here’s why!” »
Whilst I would prefer to live, I am fully alive (pardon the pun) to the fact I will die! Many clients I meet with demonstrate fear, almost phobic in intensity, at the thought of their demise. Yet, they can feel relieved about what those thoughts might mean – when explored further. Continue reading “Are thoughts of death a selfish notion?” »
One of the most challenging times for our communication skills is when someone we know suffers bereavement. Death and grief are often taboo subjects in our society, so we are often unsure what to say or how to act around people who are grieving.
Whether to say anything at all, and if so, ‘What, how and when?’, are common thoughts. Continue reading “Choosing Words for the Bereaved” »
Job loss? Is just that – a job loss!
Yet, if we are faced with this event, we take it personally, feeling wounded – perhaps humiliated and then anxious. The fear of financial problems along with the major challenges for our psyche of confronting change. Continue reading “Lost your Job?” »
A short video introducing me and Anglia Counselling – and the emotive subject of Bereavement. Continue reading “Bereavement – What is it… and why?” »
A short video introducing me and Anglia Counselling – and the emotive subject of Bereavement Continue reading “Bereavement Counselling (Video)” »