Podcast Ep. 83: They Just Want Attention, They Don’t Want Your Heart

Podcast Ep. 83: They Just Want Attention, They Don’t Want Your Heart

In this episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I talk about recognising the difference between someone who wants to know that they can get your attention versus someone who is genuine in their intentions to love you. Partly inspired by my love of the Charlie Puth...
Advice Wednesday: I Realised I Never Asked For What I Needed In My 5-Year Relationship & Want To Go Back

Advice Wednesday: I Realised I Never Asked For What I Needed In My 5-Year Relationship & Want To Go Back

Bethany asks: I broke up with my boyfriend of 5 years just over a year ago. At the time, I thought that it was because I met someone else but after a short relationship with the new man and some serious self-reflection while single, I realised that it was because I...
Some people habitually jeopardise their relationships in order to feel interest and desire

Some people habitually jeopardise their relationships in order to feel interest and desire

Some people jeopardise the things that they love or claim to love. Their way of feeling as if they love something, or to at least feel that it’s of value, is to put it at risk. They gamble and in their mind, it’s as if they have to take these risks to...
Are negative associations undermining your post-breakup and No Contact efforts?

Are negative associations undermining your post-breakup and No Contact efforts?

Many people break up or even embark on No Contact with good intentions. On a number of levels and in many respects, they’re aware of some pretty compelling reasons for why they’re no longer together and sometimes, it’s even recognising their own...
Do you have an Overactive Guilt Thyroid? Why it’s time to lose the misplaced sense of obligation over birthday greetings to exes, text replies etc

Do you have an Overactive Guilt Thyroid? Why it’s time to lose the misplaced sense of obligation over birthday greetings to exes, text replies etc

When I hear stories from readers regarding their angst about whether or not to do something, it becomes clear that when we tie ourselves up in knots over stuff like whether to send a birthday greeting to an ex, whether to agree to a favour, whether to reply to a text,...