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One of the things that many of us grownups struggle with is uncertainty. We can find it difficult to not know exactly what’s going to happen next. We want to be able to move through life with the confidence that comes with knowing that something is definite. If we had our way, we’d be […]

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I had to go to an event in Marylebone a couple of days ago and something niggled at me about the location and which tube station I should go to (I went to the same place a couple of years ago but it was the day the Christmas lights were turned on so […]

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Sometimes we have to remind ourselves that we’re grown-ups who are allowed to make decisions and know what we do and don’t like. We’re allowed to say no, we’re allowed to have boundaries and standards, and we’re allowed to be ourselves and live our own lives. This is often forgotten because […]

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I’ve been dealing with a company for several years and at first they were alright, probably because I didn’t need as much back then and didn’t expect that much either, but over the years their service has declined and I can safely say that for about half of our relationship, I’ve wanted it […]

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Recently we experienced a lesson on the importance of honouring your values. Like many, I’ve been guilty in the past of sidestepping my values because at the time it seemed as if the situation ‘warranted’ it and that the gamble and squashing down inner concerns or even morals would be worth the perceived […]

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When people tell me stories about their relationships or their interactions with people where they experienced a great deal of pain, the stories are often peppered with, “I kept giving him/her the benefit of the doubt.” I’ve been in situations like these many times where I’ve wrestled with the uncertainty that can come with […]

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When how we see the problem is the problem, finding a different way to look at something that we’ve been struggling and even tormenting ourselves with for so long can be unburdening. Take blame for instance; whether it’s that we’re like Continue Reading

Don’t forget that I’m on a ‘break’ until September so I’ll mostly be featuring some of yours and my favourite posts from the archives.

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Last night I had a well overdue catchup with […]

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Don’t forget that I’m on a ‘break’ until September so I will mostly be featuring some of yours and my favourite posts from the archives.

One of the things that I’ve recognised as a differentiator between healthy and […]

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Sometimes we don’t realise what a hard time we give ourselves for just being us and making the decisions that we need to. We expect the tough decisions to give us instant gratification even though we may have taken a long time to make those decisions in the first place and we can […]

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Recently a friend who is going through a breakup and trying to do No Contact (NC) vented her frustrations about how exhausting she is finding trying to fight off the urge to call, to send a text, to push for another discussion, to go around to his place and check if […]

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