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Does a bad childhood mean a failed relationship

Were you loved as a child, did you feel part of a close knit family relationship, or like many, were you a child of an unstable or failed relationship?

It may surprise you to learn that only 20% of the western world’s children had the ‘right’ kind of parenting, do you also know that children who […]

By |April 24th, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|0 Comments

3 Relationship Red Flags

Relationship red flags are persistent, problematic aspects of our relationship.

So what are relationship red flags?
Things which upset you time and time again, that infuriate and upset you, behaviours which your partner keeps on doing which undermine your relationship, this is a relationship red flag.

Here I will talk about 3 relationship red flags and what you can […]

By |April 19th, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|0 Comments

Grieving Jam and Bread

If like me you’re grieving right now and you’re a member of a Facebook nostalgia groups, often from where we grew up, you know the type, they post images and memories from our childhood haunts, often a lot of laughs and often real silly stuff too.

Well, a photo of jam and bread appeared a couple […]

By |April 13th, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|0 Comments

4 Steps to Fix Childhood Hurts

We have all struggled to understand and manage our feelings at some point, for some of us who did not receive the ‘right type of parenting’ or experienced CEN (Childhood Emotional Neglect) in our formative years and growing up, the lessons in dealing with emotions were often absent from our valuable life lessons and can […]

By |February 5th, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|0 Comments

Life with Meaning

Each of us receive the same seven days a week with 24 hours in each day, wherever we are in the world, but how do some people seem to make better use of their time and make their lives meaningful.

The words Meaning and Purpose often go together like coffee and cookies, when a persons life […]

By |January 29th, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|0 Comments

SAD and Depression

SAD, or Seasonal affective disorder is a recognisable mood disorder, generally effecting people who have more stable mental health throughout most of the year, but exhibit depressive symptoms at a particular time each year, most commonly in the winter.

There are a lot of common sense reasons why a lot of people have the blues around this time […]

By |January 11th, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|0 Comments