Depression affects thinking through negative thoughts, as well as the body as a whole. Physical symptoms of depression may include fatigue, headaches, body aches and pains, and through behaviour such as social withdrawal. Common emotions associated with depression include feeling sad, bleak, hopeless or guilty.
Depression: Symptoms and treatment
People with depression nearly always have some of ...(More...)
Looking after your relationship: Maintaining intimacy and connection
Couples are often confused and mystified as to how they have arrived at a place where their relationship is no longer is a safe haven, where they find love, acceptance and support. In many cases, the relationship has become a source of stress and unhappiness for both partners.
Often, when we track back we identify a positive ... (More...)
Teen behaviour issues: 10 warning signs
Having a teenager in the house can be a daunting time, even for the most calm of parent/child relationships. Hormones and changes in friends can lead to large shifts in the dynamic of your relationship with your teen, leading to confusion and a general sense of unease in the caring parent. Paying attention to your ... (More...)
Anger management and our emotional mind
Our bodies contain lots of energies. For example physical energy and psychological energy.
Our psychological energy has two main components: affective energy and mental energy.
Affective energy is comprised of emotions, mood, temperament and emotional masks. Mental energy contains our thoughts. Most human beings are good at training and exercising their physical self - but our psychological ... (More...)