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Grieving Jam and Bread

By |April 13th, 2018|

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 […]

4 Steps to Fix Childhood Hurts

By |February 5th, 2018|

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 […]

Does Your Childhood Work Against You or For You?

By |May 20th, 2014|

Our minds and how they work often has it roots in childhood, and in our early formative developmental years. If we are amongst the 20% of the UK population (this statistic is mirrored around the western world too) who had the accepted preferred model of parenting a ‘secure attachment’ then the likelihood that our minds […]

My childhood – nothing like a home

By |March 11th, 2014|

I am going to talk about my childhood. I don’t think it’s about me being bullied, it’s about life and humanity. I was being bullied and I also bullied others as well, even though I didn’t realize it.

For as long as I can remember, I was clinging to my mother. I have one brother and he […]