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Relationship lacking intimacy – how to rebuild a relationship

October 5th, 2022

How to rebuild a relationship lacking intimacy Life happens. We get comfortable, get caught up in the day to day hustle and bustle of existence, and intimacy can be one of the first things to get lost as a result. But lost things always have the potential to be found. Being intimate with someone comes…

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Physical needs – the importance of sex in a relationship

September 30th, 2022

Importance of Sex Sex is an extremely personal and unique thing for each person.  Some want it, some don’t.  Some like this, other’s don’t like that. It is completely down to personal preference and it is important to advocate what you do and don’t want when it comes to physical needs and intimacy in relationships – communication…

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Couple Intimacy -Types of Intimacy

September 23rd, 2022

Couple intimacy can take different forms Allowing ourselves to become intimate with someone can be one of the healthiest and most rewarding experiences we can have. Letting someone into our personal space and inner world, showing them all the parts of ourselves – good, bad, beautiful, messy – creates a unique bond with that other person(s),…

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Counselling Supervision: How to be the best you can be

August 9th, 2022

Supervision for Therapists Supervision: an introduction Supervision is an essential way to support your professional career as a counsellor. Receiving guidance and learning from a highly experienced therapist outside of your own practice will not only introduce you to new ways of working and inspire you to explore and expand, but it will also strengthen…

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Eco-Therapy

August 9th, 2022

Nature Therapy What is Eco-Therapy? ‘Get some fresh air’ – how often have we been prescribed this as a remedy for a bad day? Well, the truth is, it really does work. Eco-Therapy combines talking therapy with outdoor activities to stimulate both your mind and body. Some will find that having something to focus on…

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Careers after Covid

April 11th, 2022

Careers after the pandemic Our work during the pandemic has perhaps been one of the most noticeable changes. Our daily routine and commute were suddenly interrupted, and we found ourselves getting ready for a day’s work on the sofa or at the kitchen table. The wonders of technology meant that we were able to stay…

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Where’s the ‘us’ after Covid?

April 11th, 2022

Relationships during the pandemic Relationships have been put to the ultimate test during the pandemic. Couples suddenly found themselves in close quarters for an extended amount of time, unsure of when both sides would be able to regain their individual lives again, which pre-covid offered healthy time apart from their significant other. There will have…

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Where’s the ‘me’ after Covid?

March 22nd, 2022

Post Covid Anxiety The past two years ensured that we got to spend a great deal of time with ourselves, and whilst time spent reflecting on oneself is often beneficial, being confined to the house day in and day out with not much to do but focus on ourselves can quickly turn sour and can…

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Online Relationships Part 3: 4 ways online connections are different to offline

November 8th, 2021

Online connections can be very different to offline connections The way we talk online is very different to offline interaction, that is because certain aspects of the conversation can difficult to read. There is a recognised rule, the 7:38:55 rule. 7% verbal, 38% tonal, and 55% body language. We have to interpret what is of…

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Online Relationships Part 2: 3 ways relationships are affected negatively by technology

October 20th, 2021

Finding love online – 3 ways relationships are affected negatively by technology Whether you find yourself arguing with your partner over excessive phone use or you feel the need to spy on your partner’s social media activity, technology can become massive problem in relationships. It is natural to have time to do your own things…

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