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Learning to express our feelings - part 1
Have we become disconnected from being able to express our feelings? Healthy relationships flourish when people express their feelings. We have to feel our feelings before we can express them.
Is that all there is?
‘Is that all there is?’ How many have had this very thought, have felt the emptiness of life’s anticlimax? Can and do we have access to more, to the ‘ALL’?
Do we choose loneliness?
If you have ever been lonely then you know that the feeling of isolation literally shuts out the world. In this article we look at what may lie underneath the loneliness we feel.
Why and how do we have loneliness in relationships?
Rebecca Asquith interviews experienced Relationship Counsellors Annette and Gabe about loneliness in relationships.
Loneliness and love
Loneliness is by its very nature a separation. The obvious end of the spectrum is the quintessential ‘loner’, but what of the inherent loneliness in the expression of love held back or hindered?
Building intimacy in your relationships
We all long for true intimacy, but how do we juggle work, family, relationships, and stay open to others? Intimacy in relationships starts with you, the willingness to investigate the depths of who you are.
REVIEW: Jean Gamble presenting in Holland – ‘Is there more to life?’
May 2018 workshop: Psychotherapist Jean Gamble explores with workshop participants that relationships can be a stairway to heaven and not a descent into hell, and how that can be lived simply through our choices.
The beauty of being single
Women are legally free to be single, but this freedom has yet to dispel underlying assumptions imposed upon single women