Category: FAMILY

We Have Hope but often End up with Mediocrity

Many of us over a certain age have had enough experience of relationships to last a lifetime. Partners have come and gone and time has gone by even quicker. According to recent studies, there are more people living alone in their fifties and sixties now than ever before. Many have come out of dysfunctional marriages…

Smack your child ? You are an Abuser

Do you smack your children? If so, you could soon be punished by law if lobbyists in EU have their way. (READ MORE). Let me pitch in. There is no excuse in this world that can justify assaulting a child in the name of discipline! Whatever the circumstances. I have three children and I have…

Relationships : Conflict Management is a Choice.

It is my own personal experience, and that of clients, that whoever you choose to have a relationship with, there will be conflict and a lot of it. The paradox to our usual thinking is that the more intense and close a relationship is, the more likely it is that troubled times will come. As…

Press Release: What Are You Prepared To Do For Your Relationship?

“Being involved romantically with another human being is to use a famous quote “the best and worst of times”. We proclaim our love, often far too quickly, and make irrational decisions. We believe we can take on the world and our own world is in order. Though when it goes wrong, things swing quickly in…

My E-Book Available on Amazon Kindle

Years in the making, this book looks at our expectations of romantic interaction. Learn how to understand your relationship, what can go wrong and more importantly what you can do to put it right. Reach for the ideal in your relationship. Relationships often fail because we forget the fundamentals of human interaction. We forget to listen,…

Available NOW on Amazon Kindle

Our Quest for Happily Ever After. Now Available on Amazon Kindle : BUY HERE Relationships often fail because we forget the fundamentals of human interaction. We forget to listen, we forget to communicate what we are feeling or thinking. We make assumptions without having real evidence in front of us. We blame our conditioning, our…

My New EBook Available Now.

Relationships are the most frustrating, complicated “joint venture” we can ever become involved in. Yet, they are the most rewarding and intriguing experience we can ever have if we get it right with the right person. Building a relationship on the four pillars of trust, honesty, respect, and mutual benefit will virtually guarantee success Find…

Blame The Parents? Not Far Wrong

There is an old assumption that whatever you tell a therapist, he or she will always “blame the parents”. Most self-help and psychology works on conditioning and change point primarily to the time when our caregivers had the most influence over us. This is not often seen as positive and is usually cited as the…