Counselling

Anxious about Covid-19?

By Diane | 22 April 2020

Most people feel anxious about Covid-19 and many are struggling to cope. We’re worried about our health, our loved ones’ health, paying the bills, losing our jobs. These are uncertain times for everyone. And all of this is on top of all the other things we worry about in life. What is anxiety? Anxiety is…

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Can you really have fantastic sex after years together?

By Diane | 30 October 2019

Is it really possible to have fantastic sex with your partner if you’ve been together for a long time? I see so many people, couples and individuals, who are worried that they’re not having as much sex as they used to  have with their partner. Or in a lot cases, as much as they think…

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Learning to love my anxiety

By Diane | 23 December 2015

Anxiety has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. It’s only recently that I’ve come to accept that it always will be. I was raised by a mother who had ‘bad nerves’ – which we both now know means she suffers from severe anxiety and depression. She, in turn, had to tiptoe…

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What’s it all about?

By Diane | 8 November 2015

I’ve been thinking of sharing my ruminations on life for a long time. But who would be interested? Where should I start? Isn’t it all a bit narcissistic? Would it be too risqué/boring/pretentious/unenlightening? The list of self-defeating adjectives is endless. Because that’s what most of us are good at. Bigging up others and putting ourselves down. Today I thought, “get…

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