Mime artists show us amazing stories without uttering a word, they transport us to different worlds, take us through every emotion possible and can leave us with tears of joy and aching sides. read more
In recovery we use meditation- it is commonly used in rehab centres as it helps individuals to learn how to relax and how to get focused – it benefits in such a subtle way that often a person won’t realise the benefits until faced with a situation when they have to quieten the mind- rehabs will train you how to do this – and it is part of the 12 steps of recovery and a very important tool on your journey. read more
When working with someone coping with addiction, it is worth thinking about the ways in which personality traits might be a significant factor in both understanding how the addiction took hold and the ways in which it might help with recovery. read more
Life isn’t easy, is it? In fact, it can be downright difficult at times.
Fundamentally, when dealing with human psyche there are three groups that present themselves.
Givers: people who work intensely hard and supporting the fellow man, have a very strong ethical philosophy, moral, and willing to do everything for their fellow human being. read more
Addiction, what does this actually mean? If you look it up in a dictionary you get “the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma”. read more
Could a destructive pattern of behaviour such as an addiction cause a breakdown in communication and be killing your relationship?
There are many different ways in which communication can break down, it is also important to note that the addiction which might be the sole problem inhibiting your communication. read more