We can sometimes fall for the wrong type time after time. This article explains why this is and how you can move beyond the power struggle.
So many clients who have feelings, habits, behaviours that they cannot control. They have troubled relationships and cannot attract someone that they can love and who loves them in return. What they don’t understand is that a lot of our current pain comes from the way we were brought up. This article explains why you need to shed your past
We know that being kind to others is a virtue that is held dear. What about being kind to yourself? What are the impacts of not showing yourself kindness?
In previous articles I discussed our shadow side and how we are attracted initially to our partners because they exhibit the parts of ourselves that we had to repress to survive childhood. In this article I will seek to explain how the biological and cultural differences between the sexes affect intimate relationships and how to integrate split off parts within a relationship.
The primary function of our caretakers (parents) is to nurture us through the various developmental stages and to meet our basic human needs. Another concurrent job our caretakers have is to socialize us so that we will be accepted into the world, including family, community and beyond which include schools, religious communities and peer groups. When we are not adequately socialized and receive repressive messages from the environment we give up parts of ourselves in order to survive . To live a life of joyful aliveness it is essential to embrace your shadow to reclaim lost parts
Do you find yourself being Confused by Your Teenager’s Behaviour? Many of us find ourselves tearing out our hair over our teen’s moods and behaviours and wonder what happened to the adorable, sweet-natured child we had; as what at times appears to be an alien emerges. We may blame ourselves, our partner and may even feel guilty, inept or ashamed