Tag: COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY

Stay Or Go: Its A Choice And Every Choice Has A Consequence

There will be many people who have started the year with the thought that they need to change their relationship status from attached to unattached. Those same people might also have had that thought last year and the year before and maybe even the year before that. The daily grind of ineffective communication, sweating the…

Work On Things That Really Matter To Instigate Change.

One of the biggest difficulties we face when trying to instigate change in our lives is protecting ourselves from the effects of the past and an imagined future. Even when the past has been somewhat dealt with, the brave new world known as our new future life can be difficult to deal with, hold many fears and lead us…

Fed Up Of Time’s Up Opportunism? Me Too!

Hollywood always seems from afar to be a seedy, dirty place, full of self-absorbed people pushing their own agenda. Most of the inhabitants of this false reality world love a bandwagon to jump on and like the proverbial lemming, many will follow. It is a shallow, superficial world that promotes the ridiculous and untalented to…

Coping After Rape And Sexual Assault: First Responders Can Make All The Difference.

Just recently, two things have prompted my thinking around this article. I read with horror that the so-called “Black Cab Rapist”, John Worboys  will be released quite soon. I quote from The Evening Standard in London: Scotland Yard was severely criticised today for its handling of rape victims in a hard-hitting report into a catalogue…

Dealing With Life’s Small (And Not So Small) Setbacks

Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat.  It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we can avoid only  by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing. Failure (or the perception of failure) is something we all must come to terms with. Businesses and relationships fail…