Friday, 29 April 2022 11:01

Healing Integenerational Trauma

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Hello everyone,

Today’s post is a quick note on intergenerational trauma; a term that is getting very popular nowadays in the field of psychology. But what exactly does it mean?

When emotions of traumatic events stay unprocessed for a long time in our system, they stay locked in our bodies and get imprinted in our genes. To “survive”, we develop different defense mechanisms and surviving patterns. The intensity of these patterns depends on the degree of the trauma we endured. The way we view the world shifts and from objective, is now perceived through a pair of filtered lenses.
Wednesday, 14 April 2021 10:49

Surviving the "Covid Burnout"

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The spring is coming, the weather is opening up, however, most of us are still going through the covid lockdown restrictions according to the different local or national regulations. And it doesn’t matter if these restrictions are softer or harder, what matters is that they have a common denominator and that’s the “covid burnout”.

I’m coming every day in contact with people who feel like they have reached their limits and they cannot deal anymore with all the changes that this covid-era has brought.
Wednesday, 24 February 2021 11:19

Dealing with Boredom and Loneliness

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"The price of being a sheep is boredom. The price of being a wolf is loneliness. Choose one or the other with great care".- Hugh Macleod

Understanding your emotions well enough can help you take measurable plus actionable steps in order to connect with others and in turn protect your own mental health. Over the last few months, several people have been confined to their homes in order to curb and disorient the spread of the virus in the COVID’19 crisis! Please understand that while some people are living with family, friends or even roommates, others might even be living alone. There are many of us who even might be missing our friends, family members and relatives and at times, we might even find ourselves feeling lonely, isolated, or more so bored.

Tuesday, 19 January 2021 20:19

Create your Vision Board for 2021

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Hello everyone and Happy New Year!

After this special year of the COVID-19 pandemic, besides my wish for global health, peace, connection and joy for all the things we used to take for granted in the past years, what I’m wishing for 2021 is bravery and inner strength to follow our dreams and that which our heart truly desires. That is why the opening of this year’s blog has everything you need to know on how to create your own unique 2021 VISION BOARD!
Monday, 07 December 2020 21:23

Parenting and Re-parenting

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Hello everyone and Happy December!

As some of you may already know, I recently became a new mom and after taking some time off to rest, take care of the little one and adjust to the new reality, I had the opportunity to reflect upon parenting so that’s what I will be sharing with you in this blog.

Parenting is the process of assisting a child’s physical, emotional, cognitive and social development from infancy to adulthood. It might seem simple; however, parenting is a very complex process that doesn’t come with a manual! Nowadays, new parents/caregivers have more access to available sources and can learn a lot on how to more efficiently parent their kids in comparison to previous generations. However, no matter how much information and sources one can accumulate, when it comes down to the core of parenting, everyone is on their own.
“Make sure your worst enemy is not living between your own two ears”.

Everybody wants to know what they can do in order to be happier. We all crave and desire some combination of lessons, tricks, inspiration, goals, strategies, life-hacks, pills, or even apps that will add more happiness and wellbeing into our respective lives.

Wednesday, 06 May 2020 12:23

Have you experienced toxic parenting?

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Hello everyone!

Through my work I very often come in contact with people who have experienced some kind of toxic or unhealthy parenting. Some of these people are aware of the negative effects this kind of parenting had in their lives, so they come to therapy in order to learn new ways and break free from all the limiting patterns they learned in the past.
Thursday, 16 April 2020 09:50

Are you the one who betrays you?

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If you are used to betray yourself, then many of the characteristics of the long list below may apply to you. Check it out, how many of them fit your profile?

1) Suffering from low self-worth.

2) Constantly comparing yourself to others and having thoughts of self-lack and inadequacy (others seem to be better or luckier than you).
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