‘Endings’ are very much a part of a therapists work. Throughout our training, we learn how to facilitate ‘good enough’ endings for our clients. We look at attachment theories, loss, abandonment and grief. We spend hours in therapy ourselves processing our experiences of being left, and leaving, to ensure that these do not ‘come out’ … Read more Endings
I realised that it is so easy to love and accept others for all their attributes, faults and imperfections but it is not so easy to do for your own self. I also have learnt in my recovery that even friends, family, partners loving you for you, does not mean as much until you apply … Read more Why is the hardest thing in life to love – yourself?
As the gold dust falls, it settles onto the chair. Each piece of dust is as small as the grains of sand washed up on the shoreline. They glisten in the sunlight and glow in the moonlight. The gold dust covers everything as if it is rain, soaking the objects in beauty and creating … Read more Gold Dust