Co-Parenting With a Narcissist ​BY CHRISTINE LOUIS DE CANONVILLE, MIACP Christine is a Psychotherapist, Educator, Author and Supervisor of mental health professionals for over 28 years. She was part of a team in the Trauma Unit of St. Brendan’s Psychiatric Hospital, Dublin, and has worked specifically with victims of pathological narcissistic abuse in her private … Read more

Only half of Generation Z found to be straight – Study People aged 16 to 75 in England, Wales, and Scotland were asked questions about their attraction, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Kimberly Rodrigues07 October, 2022 The original article can be found HERE According to a new study and polling that was undertaken by LGBTQ+ … Read more

Emotional infidelity: The flirtation that undermines couples By Katie Bishop 7th October 2022 The original article can be found HERE Most people have strong ideas about what constitutes ‘cheating’ in a relationship. Couples who follow conventional monogamy generally think any sexual contact with a third party is a betrayal, while many couples with more open … Read more

How touch influences who we are attracted to 09 NOVEMBER 2021|LOVE & SEX The reason that some people demand attention while others are happier by themselves reveals a little about the inner workings of the romantic, social, and parental relationships we form. According to Attachment Theory in developmental psychology, our childhood shapes how we seek … Read more

Original Post was made at https://www-psychologytoday-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/shouldstorm/202011/feeling-sad-during-hard-times-is-not-depression?amp&fbclid=IwAR0GF1psnTBNOiSRPqPRu1qVjGXBhdmnygV-9gPPNeYOoDQ4Ng44tUGSzrE on  Nov 10, 2020 Alison Escalante M.D.Shouldstorm Feeling Sad During Hard Times Is Not Depression If we weren’t sad right now, something would be wrong. These are heavy times. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep the globe and has reached unprecedented numbers in America, we are facing the reality … Read more

BIFF: 4 Ways to Respond to Hostile Comments Get respect with responses that are brief, informative, friendly, and firm. Posted Sep 30, 2018 Hostile comments can show up anywhere, including in emails, letters, on Facebook, comments to internet articles, and in-person. Should you ignore them? React in the same hostile tone? Or is there a … Read more

Being the Change I want to See in the World Being the Change I want to See in the World 8th June 2020 by Marie Campion Written by N Be the change that you wish to see in the world. Mahatma Gandhi   In recent weeks there has been a lot in the media about injustice and … Read more