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If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!When your parent dies, it is natural that you experience the loss. That’s the way it’s supposed to be. The natural order of your relationship. Your mum and dad go first. But that doesn’t make it any easier. Regardless of… Read more »

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Here come the holidays. And the headaches. And the hurrying around. All for the merriment and joy we believe should come with the season. It seems that Christmas is just more work, and stress, at the end of a long and hectic year. How can you make the season bright again? Try a few of… Read more »

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“The thing about grief is that it’s a roller coaster – it’s up, it’s down. The emotions sometimes take over.” Actor Brent Sexton When loss becomes grief, you may find you’ve become the reluctant rider on an emotional roller coaster. One day, you may feel like you’re climbing out of a low point, inching higher… Read more »

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When you’re grieving, you’re hurting. You may wonder how long it will last, whether it will always hurt so badly, and if you’re doing grief “right.” Maybe you’ve even heard of “the five stages of grief,” and wonder where you are on the continuum. Can a timeline of experiences be of much comfort? Perhaps, but… Read more »

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How would your partner or former partners describe you? What would your close friends say about the quality of your friendship? Would words like clingy, needy, jealous, or anxious come up? Or maybe they would say you’re exhaustingly self-critical, constantly needing reassurance and ever-increasing amounts of attention? Do you often say to yourself, “I know… Read more »

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  Stress happens. For many of us “stressed” is the best adjective to describe our daily lives. The worries and concerns of work, relationships, finances, and more can weigh heavily on our minds and bodies. So much so, that we don’t even realise how stressed we are. Signs of stress we should recognise just become… Read more »

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Do you lie awake at night fretting over deadlines, worrying about productivity, stressing over the next presentation? What will you do about that difficult co-worker? Does your boss believe you’re worth a pay raise? Work-related stress has a way of following you home, and taking up residence in your head. Unchecked work stress mustn’t go… Read more »