SURVEY – LET ME HELP YOU

WHAT IS THE KEY ISSUE IN YOUR LIFE AT THE MOMENT?

  • RELATIONSHIPS –    FAMILY
    •                                   PARTNER
    •                                    WORKPLACE
    •                                    FRIENDSHIPS
  • STRESS –
    •                                    FINANCES
    •                                    TIME MANAGEMENT
    •                                    BEREAVEMENT
    •                                    LOSS
  • DEPRESSION
  • CONFLICT RESOLUTION
  • OTHER

WHY NOT LET ME HELP YOU WORK THROUGH WHATEVER OF THE ABOVE IS WORRYING YOU?

I WILL DO MY BEST TO ADDRESS YOUR ISSUES IN MY BLOGS.

 

 

Long Weekends

Do long weekends challenge you?  Why?  Relationship broke up? Drinking too much? Feeling lost alone? Let me help you re-assess your life – make those changes to improve your quality and feel more fulfilled.

Sometimes we sabotage ourselves, feel we don’t deserve a good job, relationship and friends.   What support do you have, perhaps you are away from home and the people who used to help.    I am here to listen and help you discover who you are and what you deserve and perhaps even how to get there.  Why not call now for an appointment,  086 2851789 –  Give it a try !

Shame

The word shame is such a loaded word. I was thinking about it in relation to the recent rape case and indeed all the parties involved. What about Shame versus Guilt, are they the same? I am bad – I did something bad.
We all live with some shame whether it is about an emotion instilled when growing up – ashamed of our family – where we grew up – how we did in school – etc. etc. Depending on the words we use, the intensity of the shame may feel like embarrassment mild or otherwise. Our body language can express shame and can be obvious to others, lowering of the head, avoiding eye contact blushing and slumping the shoulders. Do any of these expressions ring any bells?
It can be an interesting exercise for all of us to look at how our shame has shaped our lives and learn how to deal with our perceptions.
Check out Christiane Sandersons book on Shame.