Tagged: counselling

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ADHD – helping our children to recover

There is no better example of how food directly affects our emotions than the example of children suffering from ADHD. The majority of the cases I have dealt with share many striking similarities: the...

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Give your child the gift of ‘No’

Every parent strives to create a childhood for their children that is better than the one the parent had experienced himself/herself. At times, when the childhood experiences of the parent had not been what...

To meditate or not to meditate?

What is the reason why people meditate? Some of us want to gain a greater sense of connection with what is around us or with ourselves; others meditate to find inner peace; some might...

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SEXUAL ABUSE – becoming whole again

Those of us, who have not experienced it, often shy away from talking about it. Those of us who have, often find it equally challenging to discuss it. Sexual abuse is one of those...

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The law of attraction – demystified

Why is it that manifesting what we want is usually a hit-and-miss type of experience? So many of us seem to be under the impression that consciously attracting what we want is a process...