Blog

Being the best you can be……

Posted on: 1st January 2019

Its a New Year! Do you have any resolutions? Like me, you probably want to be the best you can, whatever that means to you. Its something that is not…

Read more

Surviving Christmas

Posted on: 8th December 2018

For many people, Christmas can be a difficult time. Often there are memories of a loved one who has died. For others there is the dread of having to conform…

Read more

Regret

Posted on: 16th November 2018

My friend Maggie Currie, a personal coach ( http://www.maggiecurrie.co.uk/ ) has made the following insightful comments about regret. I hope you find it helpful: “It drains our energy, and leaves is…

Read more

Could your Depression have a medical cause?

Posted on: 28th September 2018

Often there’s no single cause of depression. It can occur for a variety of reasons and it has many different triggers. The NHS notes that stressful life events such as…

Read more

Worry is like sitting in a rocking chair……………

Posted on: 3rd September 2018

Worry is like sitting in a rocking chair: it gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere” Erma Bombeck Worry is something which affects all of us be…

Read more

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep?

Posted on: 11th August 2018

Sleep deprivation is a known to affect physical health by increasing the risk for obesity, heart disease and infection. It can affect wound healing rates and growth. Throughout the night,…

Read more

What is Sex and Porn Addiction?

Posted on: 24th June 2018

Sex addiction is not the same as having a high sex drive or prudish up-tight people criticising sex. Nor is it something made up by the media for wayward celebrities.…

Read more

Have you ever put a search for an online therapist on to Google?

Posted on: 17th June 2018

Have you ever put a search for an online therapist on to Google? The results can be quite surprising. You will find thousands of sites offering counselling and also individual…

Read more

Are You Depressed?

Posted on: 11th June 2018

How to Recognise Depression Most people have periods of feeling “low,” “down,” lethargic and disinterested in activities – even pleasurable ones. In today’s fast paced society mild depressive symptoms may…

Read more

Coffee Fix?

Posted on: 9th May 2018

a picture of a cup of coffee that is sitting on a wooden table.

95 million cups of coffee are sold each day in the UK. [1]. “We have moved from a nation of tea drinkers and occasional instant coffee drinkers to a nation…

Read more