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Does a bad childhood mean a failed relationship

By |April 24th, 2018|

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 […]

3 Relationship Red Flags

By |April 19th, 2018|

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 […]

Childhood Hurts

By |April 30th, 2017|

Our childhood hurts are born from our early or formative years, the first few years of our lives are hugely important for our emotional development, often referred to as the study of ‘attachment’ these early formative years actually determine how well and how happy we become.

The parenting and nurturing we receive in our formative developmental […]

How to be a real Dad

By |November 30th, 2016|

How to be a real Dad

The relationship between Child and Dad is unique, because of this there is no rule book or one size fits all advice, but attachment has a huge part to play.

We often learn our parenting skills from our own Father’s, think for a moment, were you a happy child, teenager and […]

Do you find it difficult to commit?

By |November 30th, 2016|

Looking at it from a distance, your chosen partner may well fit all your criteria, they may well be honest, pleasant, attractive, loving, authentic and so into you that you would be a fool to let him/her go.

They totally get you and you are so in tune with one another but there is something not […]

Attachment – online counselling

By |September 23rd, 2014|

Attachment

Whether you find it difficult to love your ‘self’, or find it difficult to open your heart to others, the reasons may be similar – ‘attachment’, online counselling will help you to change how you see yourself and how others perceive you. When John Bowl by did his research which eventually became ‘Attachment Theory’ he […]