Category: Self Care

In Gratitude: Wednesday

A Year Long Challenge – We asked seven people who manage a mental health issue to take a photo each week, about something they are grateful for. Being In Gratitude starts to change how we perceive things – read our Original Blog here. Today, I…

In Gratitude: Tuesday

A Year Long Challenge – We asked seven people who manage a mental health issue to take a photo each week, about something they are grateful for. Being In Gratitude starts to change how we perceive things – read our Original Blog here. . I…

In Gratitude: Monday

A Year Long Challenge – We asked seven people who manage a mental health issue to take a photo each week, about something they are grateful for. Being In Gratitude starts to change how we perceive things. Read our Original Blog here. I am grateful…

In Gratitude: Saturday

A Year Long Challenge – We asked seven people who manage a mental health issue to take a photo each week, about something they are grateful for. Being In Gratitude starts to change how we perceive things – read our Original Blog here. On…

In Gratitude: Friday

A Year Long Challenge – We originally asked seven people who manage a mental health issue to take a photo each week, about something they are grateful for – we have since been joined by a few more people which is great. Being In…

In Gratitude: Thursday

A Year Long Challenge – We asked seven people who manage a mental health issue to take a photo each week, about something they are grateful for. Being In Gratitude starts to change how we perceive things. Read more. I AM THURSDAYI’m the proud…

In Gratitude

Grateful for

Do you suffer with Depression? Anxiety? Do you feel there is a lack of something in your life? Love? Money? A YEAR LONG CHALLENGE: I originally asked seven people who struggle with a common mental health issue such as depression or anxiety, or a…

The Time is Now

The Oak tree or the eagle would be bemused… “What ‘time‘? The time is now. What else is there?” In case you missed this book from 1999, here is a little review to see if you may like to have a read or perhaps…

The Alcoholic Life Game

Counselling, Weymouth, Alcoholic, Depression, Juniper

Dr Eric Berne (1910-1970) was a psychiatrist who developed a new theory in 1968 called Transactional Analysis and subsequently published a book called ‘Games People Play (the psychology of human relationships)’ which became a classic and world wide best seller. Games are classified into…

The Sidhe: Wisdom from the Celtic Otherworld

“We believe this is what makes you fearful of the states you call past and future, and makes you reluctant to see the present with clear sight.  Invite both the past and future into the present, so that all would become a seamless web….