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My complicity in racism

I always considered myself to be anti-racist; I married into a multicultural family and lived in...

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Comfort Zone

It’s natural to want to alter our circumstances when we feel challenged and frustrated....
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Self improvement

When clients talk about wanting to be the 'best versions' of themselves, I ask them to check what...

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Coping mechanisms or avoidance?

Coping mechanisms provide you ways to hold your nose, spritz perfume and sprinkle glitter so that...

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Why I don't like positive thinking

I often find clients running around in mental circles, pressurising themselves to transform...

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Invisible wounds

A decade ago we were living abroad with our 3 lovely babies. I felt all-consuming love for my...
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Seeking Approval

As a teenager, I often tried to win approval from people that I didn't even resonate with. By...
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Welcome ‘negative’ feelings

The beauty of this age of ever-advancing technology is that we can do so many things, and the...
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How I let go of resentment

I was irritated when my neighbour responded vaguely to an invitation to the community event...
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How do I Love myself?

 

Self-Love is accepting yourself for the messy reality of who you are.

If you’re able...

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