Dear you, I’m writing about what it is that makes men sexy. A sexiness from within that has to do with living from a conscious masculine core strength. It’s about knowing what it means to be a powerful, happy man in the world of today.
Requested by many, and now it’s real: a coaching and psychotherapy room in The City of London! You can continue to book your sessions in Ealing, West London. But now it’s also possible to see me in The City, near Farringdon / Bank. And for those who love the countryside: come to St Albans, Hertfordshire […]
I can still hear myself say, many years ago, “I’m so independent, so strong”, my voice full of pride. Gosh how wrong was I. I used to be proud that I was able to take care of myself, that I didn’t need anyone. I think differently now. I’ve realised that there is a difference between […]
If my child/spouse/partner/friend were different, more like me… then everything would go so much easier. I’d be happy. Today’s blog is about a topic that is so often spoken about, but often misused or misjudged: the differences between introverts and extroverts.
Meditation, we hear so much about it lately. It is supposed to relieve us of almost anything: stress, illness, worries, heartache, lack of sleep, anxiety, depression, etc. Many of my coaching and counselling clients would love to meditate, but have no idea how to fit it into their busy lives. I can understand that. If that’s you, […]
A wonderful poem to remind of us the right priorities in life: Dust if you must Dust if you must, but wouldn’t it be better To paint a picture or write a letter, Bake a cake or plant a seed, Ponder the difference between want and need?
This poem really moved me, and I wanted to share it with you all. To me, it’s about healing. The last line made my eyes well up. To me this poem describes the priceless gift that a talented coach/counsellor/therapist gives to their clients. I wish you all to experience this in your life, with a […]
Is it true that when we talk about our childhood we end up blaming our parents/the people who raised us for how we are today? My clients often feel like this, when we talk about their early life experiences. They tell me “I don’t want to sit here and blame my mum or dad”. Fair point […]