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Sunday, 29 March 2015 00:00

Confession Time

I am sitting here with an ice pack on my back, unable to walk or drive very far due to back pain. I am feeling fat having stuffed my face with pizza, prosecco and of course there was a free tub of chocolate ice-cream, so why not? I was celebrating at home as I couldn’t go out (see my previous blog for the celebration reasons). If I had been feeling better I would have likely gone out, eaten a lot…
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Saturday, 28 March 2015 00:00

Proud and Playful

Sharing a proud moment today as the post arrived; I have been awarded my Senior Accredition for Counsellor/Psychotherapists for Children and Young People. I feel so very proud I wrote the accreditation five times because I was never sure it was good enough and finally sent it off. On receiving my accreditation it always leaves me quite reflective about me and my practice and in particular my work with children and young people. I was late to therapy having had…
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Monday, 16 March 2015 00:00

Post Natal Depression

I would like to thank Hazel for her post on Postnatal depression, its a topic that is often not talked about and lots of clients I work with often report struggling in the early months of motherhood but support is difficult to access. 
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Saturday, 14 March 2015 00:00

Mothers and Mothers Day

  It’s Mothers Day this weekend and plenty of people will be spending time with their families. I have to admit I find it a difficult time of the year and I’d like to share with you why. Growing strong without a mother I left my mother at the age of 16 when I left home. It wasn’t difficult as she wasn’t a nurturing mother; she wasn’t able to love me or meet my needs and was emotional and physically…
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Thursday, 12 March 2015 00:00

I am dying inside

Inspired by watching #MyViolentChild TV Show, reduced to tears as I watch a family who can't reach each other, no matter how hard they try. A child who says "I want to play with my dad", a child who says "Id love my kid more than my family love me".  A kid who is loved but his parents just can't get close enough to show him. I guess the tears are because I know how that feels, to feel lonely…
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