‘Sleepizza’

Do you find yourself wide awake, in the small hours of the night? Here in England, in my final few days before I leave for three months in France, I find myself in my third night of insomnia. For the last two nights, I slept only at 6am through to 9am. So, I am doing... Continue Reading →

All Worn out!

January 1st I was completely motivated to lose weight! It started well, losing 7lbs in under 3 weeks but I just couldn’t seem to get my rhythm back into my exercise regime. I regularly do my weights but I genuinely don’t seem to have anytime or extra energy to go on my treadmill. I am... Continue Reading →

Recognising Depression

I wrote this article maybe ten years ago. Until 2019, I worked as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor. Signs of Depression. Depression can cause a variety of very difficult symptoms, for example; a sense of despair, helplessness, powerlessness, a lack of hope, a sense of being ‘stuck’, an overwhelming lethargy, cognitive confusion, behavioural difficulties, a sense... Continue Reading →

It’s Worry O’Clock

“Worry pretends to be necessary but serves no useful purpose”- Eckhart Tolle. We will all experience varying degrees of worry and anxiety in our lifetime.  It is my view that we can take control and become empowered, as a response to worry and anxiety. Here's an exercise that you may like to try...Here is a... Continue Reading →

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