We all suffer with the obsession of new year's resolutions. But how can you actually make it through the month, and beyond if you wish to do so?
It's fair to say that everyone struggles with disappointment. So how do we avoid self-destructive behaviour and not expect outcomes in the first place?
Can I see others for who they truly are, or for who I want them to be? Too often we equate dependency with love.
Were you the mature child in school? With traumatic childhood experiences, one learns to grow up far too quickly.
Children of dysfunctional families learn to "lawyer up" for every single conversation. Why is this ultimately backfiring on our happiness?
I started a blog to write my little heart out about all the topics I care about, but that turns about to be quiet a few. Not only have I read all the SEO guides I could find and am still none the wiser, but it seems that diversifying topics is the #1 mistake new... Continue Reading →
Children of dysfunctional homes often end up repeating the same relationship patterns they learned early on, first of all with themselves. This is what feels safe and known; our nervous system and brain is still stuck in fight-or-flight mode and cannot distinguish toxic patterns from healthy ones. We practise self-abandonment before others do.Did you have... Continue Reading →
I must be the first person ever to state this, and I'm well aware of the controversy. After all, 38 deaths have been linked to former reality star contestants, and the online trolling has been horrendous. How come someone as outspoken about mental health as I cannot keep away from Love Island each night? Many... Continue Reading →