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4 Ways to Practice Mindful Eating Every Day

Is this a scenario you can relate to?: You sit down in front of the computer or your mobile phone with a bag of chips or pint of ice cream intending to eat only one serving, but before you even know what’s happened the entire bag or pint is gone. And you have no real recollection of tasting or even enjoying it....[ read more ]

Feeling Angry and Frustrated With Your Partner? These Tips May Help

When working with individuals and the issues around boundaries and relationships, it's rather inevitable to discuss about frustrations that they might be facing with their partner. This frustration usually stems from unmet expectations. Expectations play a huge role in relationship satisfaction. Partners who are frustrated say things like ‘You weren’t very supportive of me when I quit my job to...[ read more ]

3 Signs Social Media Is Hindering Your Happiness

You might have realised already that my passion is all about boundaries! And surprise surprise boundaries can apply to your relationship with social media too! If you're like most people, you use social media many times throughout the day... too many! So can you think how long has it been since you checked your Facebook page or Instagram account? But...[ read more ]

Advice on Staying True to New Year’s Resolutions

Be honest, did you make New year’s resolutions this year that you have yet to stick to? If so, you’re not alone. Researchers have found that typically 77% of people are only able to keep their resolutions for 1 week, 64% keep them for one month, 50% for 3 months, and only 19% are able to keep their resolutions for over...[ read more ]

3 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

Still to this day, people feel uncomfortable discussing therapy because of the stigma attached by our society; let alone how therapists are portrayed in movies and TV shows... As a result, there are still some fairly big misconceptions about it. Here are 3 of the most common misconceptions about therapy  to help you feel more comfortable and hopefully, take that...[ read more ]

The story of the woman who couldn’t complain…

This is the story of a woman who couldn’t complain… that’s the story’s title, which happens to be a very good example of what could happen during a psychotherapeutic session… Before I begin to tell you this story, I would like to explain to you the reasons why I decided to share with you this story… 1) Because from time...[ read more ]

“I can’t remember what it feels like caring about myself”…

“I can’t remember what it feels like caring about myself”… that is how our conversation with a young female client started a few months ago… “I have become so used to caring about others, my parents, my partner, everyone else except me, that I find it very difficult to begin, how do I begin?” Having this conversation brought to mind a book called “The...[ read more ]

Treat Yourself: The Importance of Putting Yourself First & Self Care

Most children are brought up to be kind and respectful of other people. They are taught to consider others’ feelings and help those in need. But when it comes to taking care of themselves, many people lack the ability to put their own needs first... To some, the concept of self-care is as foreign as the language and customs of...[ read more ]

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