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The Best vs. Good Enough
Mental health and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Links Between Eating Disorders and Traumatic Experiences
Detecting Autism in Adults
Attachment and Narcissistic Personality
Friend or Fiend
On Feeling Annoyed by Others
We have collectively grown highly attuned to the problems associated with a lack of shame around sex: with a decadent culture in which it...
Thought patterns can be changed through a process referred to in cognitive therapy as cognitive restructuring. The idea behind it is that...
On The Need to Feel Heard
One of our deepest longings – deeper than we even perhaps recognise day to to day – is that other people should acknowledge certain of...
The Present Moment
Life is full of moments where we are meant to feel certain things. The demand starts in early childhood: it’s our birthday – and we are...
Many of us are wandering the earth, accomplished in many ways, capable of fulfilment at points, but with a fundamental wound that stops...
Mental Health and Men
75% of suicides are men. What can we do? What can you do? Ask. Listen. Talk. Check in. Encourage action. In recent years, this has grown...
Are you Angry Rather Than Sad?
We are sometimes swept away by a mood of sadness that seems to have no cause. We wake up dispirited and listless. We lack energy and...
Attachment, Love & What is Your Attachment Style?
Babies are born unable to keep themselves alive and rely on others to ensure they are fed, watered, kept at the right temperature and...
On Kissing and A Brief Theory of Sexual Excitement
On Kissing Mutual desire is normally signalled by a pretty weird act; two organs otherwise used for eating and speaking are rubbed and...
On Kissing & A Brief Theory of Sexual Excitement
The Excitement of Kissing Mutual desire is normally signalled by a pretty weird act; two organs otherwise used for eating and speaking...