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Dating Wants Versus Dating Needs

By |May 2nd, 2018|

More and more people are searching Google for ‘dating coach’ and ‘marriage counselling near me’. In NYC and in London the number of people searching for ‘relationship coach’ and seeking relationship advice has hit record numbers, the story is the same globally.

Not finding the man or woman of our dreams, can make us feel like […]

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 […]

The Chemistry of Relationships

By |June 9th, 2014|

In my 12 years of counselling, the last 8 years online, the issue which seems to cause people the most emotional hurt is a relationship in crisis, the ending of a relationship or a relationship which has lost its fizz. I actually have a client at the moment who feels the relationship is over because […]

Communication – The Challenge For Humanity

By |June 5th, 2014|

If like me, you are interested in humanity and how we interact and connect, then you may as I do look at the natural world and see such sights as dolphins and whales in huge super pods, I’m sure I’m not alone in wondering how they coexist and get along for the most part in […]

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 […]