If you’ve decided it’s over for good, these break up tips might be useful. This is something I get asked about a lot, so
‘She doesn’t need to thank me’, ‘She knows I’m grateful for what she does’, ‘It feels embarrassing to say thank you to him’ and ‘Why should I have to say thanks?’ – these are all reflections that I have heard from clients when introducing gratitude as a powerfully effective tool to boost their relationships.
Since the outcome of a conversation is generally predicted by how the first three minutes go*, it makes sense to fine tune your communication skills. The harsh start up Often, the conversation tends to go this way: “You’re so lazy, you never unstack the dishwasher!” This is a harsh start up – you can guess
How many of us can identify with feeling perfectly fine until we start aimlessly scrolling our social media feeds? Suddenly we feel flat, unhappy and inadequate – and all in the space of a few minutes.
For many clients arriving to their first counselling appointment, their main concern is obtaining strategies to deal with the distress that brought them there in the first place.
Why is it so important to be vulnerable in our relationships and why do so many people struggle with it?
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