How Counselling Really Helped

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How Counselling Really Helped. A recent story was written by a young lady regarding her experience of having Counselling. What is interesting is the intelligent decisions she made while experiencing difficulties and issues. This young lady wrote how her first year of university /college was tough. She had moved out of home onto campus, volunteered on her university’s newspaper, took classes and balanced two part-time jobs, had a relationship and before starting an internship. She […]

Future of Families – population exploding or declining?

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Decades ago when a family had 9 or 10 kids we thought of that as large, however, today, anyone having 4 – 5 children is considered large. The average home in western society now has two to three children. Is population exploding or declining? Couples are also deciding to have only one child while many choosing not to have kids at all but rather have a fur baby instead. The shift is worldwide in most […]

Surviving a Narcissistic Ex-partner

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How do you survive a narcissistic relationship and ex-partner? Did you struggle in your relationship, told you are useless, hopeless, no one would ever want you again. You have been trodden on relentlessly for perhaps years, controlled, ordered around, had unrealistic demands placed on you and made to feel useless. Finally, you gathered the strength to leave – now what? He /she will threaten to take the kids, tell everyone lies about you, convince everyone […]

Romantic Relationships Affect Your Sleep

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Did you know your romantic relationships can affect your sleep? One of the most common emotions that can affect your sleep patterns is anxiety from either your current or past relationship. A previous bad relationship can leave you with stress even though you may have ‘moved on’. Even after you and a partner have decided to part ways, you may still be dealing with pent-up feelings from the relationship. Because we are physically most vulnerable when we […]