Anger brings many people to counselling. It was the emotion that started my journey many, many years ago. I attended counselling because I was angry all the time and I was angry at everyone and everything thing. I couldn’t understand what was wrong with me, why was I feeling like this? I understand now that … Continue reading Anger
It might not be easy, but it is worth it.
Why do some Counsellors offer reduced rates? A recent internet search had my blood boiling. Article after article warned people to say away from Counsellors who offer reduced rates, stating the reasons – The counsellor won’t be qualified. The counsellor won’t be regulated by a counselling body. The counsellor won’t value themselves. The counsellor will … Continue reading Reduced rate counselling
I think we can all be guilty of judging people around us, me included! It could be something really simple like saying “What is wrong with that woman? She’s wearing a big heavy coat in this the middle of summer, there must be something wrong with her.” Why do we do this? I believe we … Continue reading Why do we judge others?
Recently I have seen posts on Facebook and Instagram like this one – This has made me think about how much help such a sentiment would have. To help explain my thinking I am going to share my own story. “When my 30th birthday approached I started to feel really down, actually I didn’t really … Continue reading Something to think about
So often I hear people say, ‘just lock me away, I’m crazy’, and I wonder is this how people see mental health? Is it a diagnosable condition like schizophrenia or psychosis, with obvious outwardly symptoms? Or perhaps it’s depression and anxiety, struggles many can conceal? Maybe it’s more simple than that and it’s all to … Continue reading What is mental health?