I’ve written about gratitude before, just after youngest son had broken his arm.
Since then I’ve understood more and more the biology of gratitude, but also I’ve built up a bank of gratitude tools which I use.
John Milton (Poet) once said, “Gratitude bestows reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent moments of … Read more
Cinderella and the Narcissistic Split
This week I saw a client who was caught on the sharp and painful end of a narcissistic split. Let’s call her Cinderella
You know the story; Cinderella, mummy and daddy all living happily ever after and then mummy goes and dies. Daddy, incapable of looking after himself and needing the social approbation … Read more
The Land Holds Memories
The land holds memories. Not just that I remember being there, but that it reminds me of me and the people I have shared it with.
I’ve just come back from a place in Dorset where my kids and I have been meeting up with friends for the last 3 years or so. There … Read more
The dog and the fence
We were walking the dogs the other day, in a place where we often walk with them.
Our little brown dog ran off after rabbit and emerged on the wrong side of the fence.
‘It’s OK,’ said partner, ‘he knows how to get out of there’.
We walked on along the fence but the dog … Read more
I have been feeling overwhelmed. It doesn’t happen very often, but yesterday it did.
Feeling overwhelmed is a bit like being lost in the fog; I know there is nothing else … Read more
What is Eco-therapy and what are its benefits?
Before your start, if you want to try my free, online eco-therapy course called Grounded Wisdom, click here.
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