5 October 2018
If you are addicted to drugs and have decided to have drug counselling to help you overcome this addiction, here are two tips that you should keep in mind. Be honest with your counsellor if you relapse It is extremely common for people to relapse when trying to overcome an addiction to drugs. If this happens to you whilst you are seeing a counsellor, you might find yourself hesitant to tell them, because you feel ashamed or because you are worried they might judge you.
28 March 2017
There are several issues that many couples have with traditional marriage counseling, both clinical and spiritually based. One of those issues is feeling uneasy about being in a cold and clinical setting. Some people find that marriage counseling can also make them feel like they are being ganged up on or that they are being diagnosed or blamed. All of these issues stem from one main issue, feeling comfortable with yourself and your situation.
22 March 2017
As a parent, you undoubtedly try to do everything within your capabilities to ensure that you child is leading a healthy and fulfilled life. However, falling ill is something that is bound to happen and just as you would seek treatment for a physical disease, so should you if you suspect your child is depressed. A misconception some people may have about depression is that it is simply psychological. The reality is that low levels of the hormone dopamine or high levels of cortisol could lead to your child developing depression, anxiety and a host of other conditions.
21 January 2015
Romantic relationships are a tricky area of life to navigate. You have to make sure that both of your needs are met, that you enjoy each other's company and that you can work through any obstacles that you might face along the way. This process is easier said than done, and sometimes it takes an objective point of view to really help resolve your issues as a couple, enabling you to move forward and function as a couple should – in harmony with each other.