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When we are kids, we are dependent on our parents to take care of both our physical and our emotional needs. In order to “learn how to fly”, we need their validation when we go through a wide range of emotions and their supportive love to help us process and regulate them. We need them to see us, hear us and acknowledge us for who we truly are in order for us to learn how to trust ourselves and have a good sense of our own self-worth. And it is through this mirroring that we are then able to develop a healthy relationship and a healthy dialogue with our own inner self.
Thursday, 13 February 2020 11:49

"Are you addicted to trauma-drama?"

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Well…who isn’t? Trauma-drama is the biggest addiction of our times!

Trauma-drama addiction takes place daily in our lives and it takes many shapes and forms, some of which are gossiping, complaining about people and situations, getting involved in fights (emotional-physical), holding grudges, betraying, being betrayed or setting up any relationships like that so as to play either the victim or the perpetrator. And when that’s not enough dramatic, you only need to open your tv or your social media to come across the global trauma-drama chaos…wars, disasters, global warming, murders, abuse, rapes and the list goes on and oooon.
Hello everyone!

While Christmas is one of the most exciting and favorite times of the year for some people, for some others is a very stressful period that brings up a variety of emotions such as depression, grief, anxiety, frustration, anger and disappointment. Family gatherings and meetings with old or unwanted acquaintances can be chaotic and can trigger you BIG TIME. In case you are dealing with a difficult situation like a break up, a sickness, the loss of a loved one or if living alone or far from home, things can get even more intense and throw you off balance.
Friday, 08 November 2019 14:08

"Create your own success story"

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You grow up. You get educated or trained on something. You get a job. You find a partner. You get married. You have kids. You buy a house. You work work work. You maybe get retired. You die.

There are so many things that can go wrong with the above list, yet this is the "must-do-list" that our society encourages us to follow. Do we even know who created this list in the first place and, as times go by and people's needs and lifestyles are constantly changing, do we know if this list still applies?
“No one controls you and you control no one”. This is the secret for living a happy and stressless life. Yet so many people struggle with this.

Nowadays, the world is power driven. People want to have power over other people and this power takes the form of different types of control; control in family relationships, romantic relationships, friendships, control in working and social environments and ultimately control in bigger scales like religious driven control or control exercised by a state or other various governmental systems.

But what makes power so desiring and people are so addicted to it?
Monday, 13 May 2019 11:34

The self-pity game

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Hello everyone! For the opening of this blog, I decided to write about “self-pity” because through my work, I come to see more and more the negative effects it has in peoples’ lives. The goal of this article is to expose all the truth that is associated to this manipulative behavior.
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