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‘Real’ me or ‘False’ me?

Knowing whether you are being your ‘real’ self or carrying a ‘false’ self-concept that unconsciously adapts to who you have been told you are, or believe yourself to be, is a tangled web. It can be argued that you cannot have one without the other, and both are...

Death and the silent suffering

The pain and suffering of losing a loved one through a bereavement can leave you feeling confused, not knowing how to cope in a situation that is so unfamiliar. Our lives consist of constant unpredictable and unexplained experiences that form changes to our beliefs,...

The shameful self

‘Guilt’ and ‘Shame’ can be easily confused, so why don’t we start there to find out what they are! Guilt is about something you have done, whether this may have been accidentally or intentionally. Shame on the other hand, is about who you are. This feels unchangeable...