Most of us probably have an understanding of what the word ‘happy’ means and don’t believe we need a dictionary to tell us. After all, it’s something to do with well-being, being positive, joy and gratitude isn’t it? Or is it?
It can sometimes be confusing to decide whether coaching or counselling will be more helpful to you in any given situation. And, to make it even more complex, you might find one more beneficial than the other, depending on the circumstances. Which means you may not always find the same therapy helpful.
Coaching has been described in many ways: it helps people change in the way they wish, enabling them to move forward in a new direction it supports people at every stage of their life to become who they want to…
Counselling is a way of talking and helping people that explores the things that may be worrying them. It can also help people if they aren’t sure what to do by giving them some time to think through their ideas and choices.
I was sent this recipe from Richa who says “I have had this drink throughout my recovery after having hysterectomy and It really has helped me so much especially with the initial constipation I had post surgery.”
Emilie has always loved stories. They explore weird new ideas, and bring people together. After years of reading fantasy and horror she wanted to combine them together into her own dark fantasy.
Julie Bell writes historical fiction and non-fiction based in Colorado. Her historical mystery series Denver City Justice is set in Denver in 1864 respectively.
This week Mark Tedesco is sharing his new book, The Dog on the Acropolis with me. His book is a story of the adventures of a dog living on the Acropolis who forms transforming relationships with humans.
Hi I’m 53 years old and have three children, here’s my hysterectomy story. After giving birth to my second and third children in 1999 and 2005, I had problems with my pelvic floor and had received NHS physio sessions to improve it, which it did a bit. In my late forties I took up running after discovering the NHS Couch to 5K and loved it.
This week, it’s the turn of JP Gadston to sit in the Thursday Throng hotseat. JP spends his time doing yoga, running, wing chun, chi-kung and meditating. He is a big advocate of personal development and believes that no matter how bad it gets, you keep on moving forward.