Tag: anxiety

Supporting the fragile

30th April 2021
Friendship and family is a great gift. What value can we place on the relationships with those whom we care for and we know they care for us? It is...

You can stop this

25th April 2021
You have arranged to meet your friend but they haven’t turned up. You phone and it goes to message. You go to their home around the corner. You knock but...

Small Picture Big Picture

11th October 2020
One thing being a cancer patient has taught me is just how small a picture we have in understanding the experiences of our life. To be able to understand our...

Anxiety; Where fear takes over

11th July 2020
Anxiety is a very broad term. There are many types of anxiety. Along with depression it can be clinically classified as one of the primary mood disorders. There is a...

Trauma in Life

6th June 2020
A quick Google search will define a trauma as, “A deeply distressing or disturbing experience”. Seems very simple and even straight forward. We have a disturbing event and after a...

Waiting; An opportunity or a frustration?

24th April 2020
Waiting can be an opportunity to satisfy the calm mind or a frustration by stopping the body from running the race.

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