5 Steps to Recover Faster from a Break Up

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Breakups are hard. Divorce devastating. How can you recover faster and bounce back stronger? Logically we sometimes know that ending a relationship is best, but then when we add emotions into that logic, we can crash down and become confused, feel dejected, lost and alone. You may want to understand why it happened or why it ended now? Here are 5 Steps to Recover Faster from that Break-Up. There is the mourning process dealing with the […]

12 Simple ways to show your partner your love

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Having a great relationship can mean different things to each partner. The main thing to remember is discovering what your partner finds necessary in the relationship. Once we can understand what it is how partner needs and wants from us, it is easier to fulfil that. If we proceed from our prospective, it may not work as well. While we know what it is we want and need, our partner is a different person and […]

You Are Not Equal

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Equality – in What? Have you ever heard yourself saying things like: “Why can’t he just see how irrational he is being?” “What’s the reason he can’t understand what I mean, isn’t it obvious?” “He doesn’t realise how he sometimes offends and hurts me?” “Why can’t he listen to me the way I need?” The problem is you often expect him to think like you, a woman, but he can’t. His gender is different, his life […]

Attachment Theory in Therapy Use

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Relationships are both beneficial and necessary in the human experience but the way that a person connects with or attaches to others can be linked to numerous aspects of their experience in both positive and negative manners. Attachment styles have been reported as one of the earliest elements of a person’s development (Mikulincer, Shaver, & Berant, 2013). This suggests that relationship difficulties, as well as mental health issues, can be traced to the attachment styles […]