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Relationships Part 3. How can I resolve my relationship difficulties?

March 5th, 2017

Whether you are seeking support to maintain a healthy relationship or need guidance because you fear your relationship issues have become unmanageable, couples or marriage counselling can help you. There is a range of options to help you resolve your issues. You may wish to consider individual counselling for one or both partners. This can…

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Relationships Part 2. When do relationship difficulties become a real problem?

February 25th, 2017

We all face stress in our lives on a day-to-day basis. It is a natural and healthy part of life, as long as it remains manageable. However when one or both partners are no longer willing to address issues or work towards a resolution within their relationship, these everyday issues can fester and become a…

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Relationships Part 1. What are the difficulties that relationships face?

February 17th, 2017

Relationships are a fundamental part of our everyday lives. They provide us with love, support and help to maintain our health and happiness. However, relationships aren’t always easy and require work, commitment and compromise. At times you may also need a little help from relationship or couples counselling. There are many difficulties that can affect…

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3 ways couple counselling can help you feel better

October 29th, 2015

3 ways couple counselling can help you feel better   You know your therapist doesn’t take sides Going to therapy shows you care You feel relieved something is being done   You know your therapist doesn’t take sides Because your couple counsellor is impartial, or neutral, you will receive a fair and non-judgemental approach to…

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5 signs you need couple counselling

October 7th, 2015

Couple or relationship counselling helps people to work through difficulties they may be facing together. Sometimes people see a relationship therapist on their own to start, so it is important to note that there is no right or wrong way to approach healing your relationship.   What are 5 signs you need couple counselling?  …

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3. What can I do about seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?

September 21st, 2015

There are many things you can do to help cope with SAD. If you are worried about whether you have SAD, contact your therapist today or read How do I know if I have seasonal affective disorder (SAD)? Living with SAD can be manageable. In addition to talking about it, keep in regular contact with…

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2. How do I know if I have seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?

September 15th, 2015

Usually, people with SAD have trouble sleeping and concentrating, and experience a drop in energy. They may also feel depressed, which can come in the form of sadness, despair and guilt. Other symptoms include anxiety and panic attacks.   If you are feeling anxious about the cooler nights and it getting darker earlier, you may…

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1. What is seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?

September 7th, 2015

What is seasonal affective disorder? As summer comes to a close it is important to be aware that many people are affected by the change in seasons. Some people experience what is known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD is the term for when the change in seasons affects your mood and behavior.   People…

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What Can I Do To Manage My Anger..?

June 4th, 2015

If you have recognised that you have a problem controlling your anger, you can begin to consider different techniques for anger management and start eliminating this stress from your life. Anger is personal to the individual. You may be holding on to stress and resentment from the past or you may be affected by something…

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When Does Anger Become A Problem ?

May 3rd, 2015

When does anger become a problem? Anger is a perfectly natural response to the world around us, but controlling it can be difficult. It’s important to understand the difference between managing anger reasonably and when it is becoming a problem. Are you managing your anger or do you need anger management counselling? If you are…

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