Coping with bereavement is incredibly difficult. The grief we experience following the death of a loved one is one of the most emotionally intense things we can go through. Characterised by deep sadness and often a painful longing for the person we’ve lost, our reaction is both emotional and ... Read More about Coping with Bereavement
I think you all know by now that I love a bit of journaling. I’ve recently taken my practice to a whole new level. Have you ever heard of bullet journaling? No? Well, read on to find out more… What is Bullet Journaling? The bullet journal is an analogue system originally created by Ryder Carroll, ... Read More about Bullet Journaling for Mental Health
What is CFS? Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a long-term illness with a wide range of symptoms, the most common of which is extreme tiredness. CFS is also known as ME, which stands for myalgic encephalomyelitis. There's some debate over the correct term to use, but I will refer to the condition ... Read More about CFS and CBT – How Can Therapy Help?
What is Uncertainty? Uncertainty is not being sure, not knowing the outcome, not being able to rely on an outcome, or be definite about something before it happens. That doesn’t sound too bad, does it? So what if we can’t be sure? Surprises can be fun! But our need for certainty is innate. It ... Read More about How to Manage Uncertainty and Reduce Stress
Do you look at your life and see things that should make you happy, yet find yourself feeling sad and discontent? Is your mind always in overdrive? Do you feel out of control and anxious? Are you constantly trying to fix things but getting nowhere? A few years ago, adding a regular journaling ... Read More about What’s the Link Between Journaling and CBT?