September 21, 2020

One of the most common questions I get from clients is around Boundaries, in particular how do we kindly and proactively ensure healthy boundaries? It’s not an easy task, and often rather intimidating; telling people what you need might seem selfish, aggressive, or eve...

May 12, 2020

If you have children with your abuser, then you will already know how challenging it is to maintain a civil co-parenting status with the abuser. There are difficulties at every turn. As a result of these complexities, co-parenting with an abusive partner is difficult a...

May 12, 2020

How to help a friend experiencing domestic abuse

Do you have a friend in an abusive relationship and you’re not sure what to do? 

It can be extremely difficult when you realise that somebody you care about is experiencing domestic abuse. Your friend may not have told you...

March 28, 2020

In this time of uncertainty the one thing I have found refreshing is the gift of space and time I now have to reflect on what I want from life and who and what is important to me. I have always admired the late Robin Williams and in particular this speech which I thoug...

March 23, 2020

These can be strange and anxiety provoking times, feeling panic and anxiety is a normal reaction. 

Use your worry to guide you but not totally control and freak you out. Worry and anxiety are what keep us alive, its a built in danger detector, however, it is only helpfu...

September 8, 2019


Feeling Lost? Overwhelmed and easily agitated, snapping at children then being overcome with guilt for your impatience? How can anyone stay sane with all this going on?

Parental burnout is a thing and a very relevant and relatable feeling in this day and...

August 16, 2019

The way I perceive my sense of self is “ How I see myself, my self image!” 

This maybe something only I perceive and constantly criticise it could be exactly how I truly am or so far from the truth. It’s a combination of my Beliefs and Values tied in with what society...

April 4, 2017

Neuroscientist Elseline Hoekzema,  revealed that during pregnancy women undergo significant brain remodelling that persists for at least two years after birth. The study also offers preliminary evidence that this remodelling may play a role in helping women transition...

August 23, 2016

Flying Solo

The reality of being a single parent for some people is a hugely daunting prospect. 

Going it alone is perceived to be something to be ashamed of, I have no idea why as you have to be a pretty strong and together person to handle being a lone parent. I have a...

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