Just how much can we reduce the judgements and find acceptance of emotional and physical pain?
This is a call for you – or someone you know – to share a story. Whether a seasoned author or someone who wants to share their pain (in writing); be that psychological – or physiological. #bloggerswanted
Where to live in our mind. Past, Present… or the Future?
Of course the reality is we can only really exist and live in this moment! Everything else from the past is no longer a fact, the future is created by each moment at this time, so past and future ruminations are simply thoughts – and as we know we are not our thoughts.
Work…is stressful, home…is stressful, relationships…are stressful, LIFE…can be stressful! It’s inevitable these days, right?
NO, no, no!
I’m pleased to offer this latest guest infographic – on behalf of Nursing School Hub. Click on the image to enlarge and be taken to originators site Continue reading “Bipolar Disorder – Removing the Mystique (Infographic)” »
In this wonderful age of easy to access information, there are countless points of reference to learn about all facets of our psychological well being, and about when we are less well! Can we then, now celebrate our journey into reduced stigma? Continue reading “Lets talk Mental Health!” »
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?” »
Labels, labels, labels…
If we must describe what I may be, then I am quite possibly something of each of the three labels within the title. Continue reading “The Introvert, the Extrovert and the HSP” »
Drug addiction can be a tough topic to address. This is particularly difficult if you feel that your loved ones may be suffering from a certain type of addiction.
A warm welcome to author Tess Young for this guest piece… Continue reading “Five signs your loved one has a drug problem (Guest blog)” »
It is a belief of many that we carry in our adult lives the influences of the child we were, the experiences and emotions we had then, an inner child. These emotions may be positive, nourishing and welcoming. They may also be adverse and appear to bring suffering, the cause of which is sometimes obvious, more often, less so Continue reading “Inner Child. How is Yours?” »