Ripple Effect of London Terror

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The latest London news immerses us in concern.  How do we manage our own fears and our children’s concerns, anxiety and fears? Not only are we privy to everything occurring within the world, so too are our children. Young children know their way around the internet and come across many news stories. They can watch, read and hear all about world-wide events almost instantaneously. The problem we are finding is many children do not have […]

Securing the New Blended Family

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We meet, fall in love, plan to be together forever – but what about how your and their kids feel. Securing a new blended family can be challenging. We can do this pain-free. A good time for all the children to meet after you meet this new special person is after both parents decide the union is something stable or permanent. When the children are very young, under seven years they enjoy meeting new friends and […]

How to Make Your Family and Work Life Number One

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Being a working mum can be really tough. We work within our home relentlessly, then we go to work and undertake our job or employment role, we spend so much of our time caring for our children, then we remain a loving, caring mum and wife or partner. An article I recently wrote for Rescu.com A woman wears so many hats and performs so many roles. Most of us love it. And most do an […]

8 Reasons We All Need Counselling Therapy

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There are many misconceptions around attending therapy or Counselling sessions. I have below 8 reasons we may all need Counselling Therapy at some time in our life. It is not about simply sitting on a couch speaking to someone, or at least it shouldn’t be. Our need to talk and discuss our feelings and emotions often has a stigma of the person being mental or weak. The truth is, those recognising they may require some […]