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Debbie Stanton

Grief, Loss and Bereavement

Posted by Debbie Stanton

53 Days Ago


Grief and loss come in many forms, whether that is the death of a loved one, terminal illness, the loss of a job position or income, children leaving home (also known as empty nest syndrome), life changes and upheavals such as divorce, moving home or retirement, pets dying or running away, or any other type of... [read more]

Aileen George

Anger Management

Posted by Aileen George

1288 Days Ago


Anger is one of the most basic human emotions. Our beliefs about anger and the way we relate to the angry part of ourselves is shaped by how others react to our anger when we are growing up. Children often act out their feelings of anger because they don't have the language to externalise it. The... [read more]

Veronica  Grigore

Avoidance and anger as maladaptive coping

Posted by Veronica  Grigore

1292 Days Ago


When someone responds to us in a certain way (with upset, anger or avoidance), it says more about them than us. Equally, our responses say more about us than the others. This is particularly important when we hold others responsible or blame them for how we feel or when others blame us for how we made... [read more]


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