For most couples the birth of their child is a private affair, to be witnessed only by themselves and the medical professionals taking care of them. However, some new mums do value extra support in the delivery room, liking the idea of having someone there who has already given birth can be a source of
Arguing with your partner- Am I being unreasonable?
Change can feel both exciting and scary. Inevitably bringing in the new also means letting go of the old which carries a potential host of emotions such as grief, loss, sadness, fear and anxiety with it. It is easy to forget that human beings operate on many different levels and whilst the practical side of
We spend an inordinate amount of time and money on our hair, cutting, colouring and styling it into submission on a daily basis. We can even take it for granted, moan when it doesn’t go right, that curl will simply not straighten out – and we end up having “a bad hair day”. We’ve all
Lots of people still have mixed feelings about using professional support, even during times of struggle. Fears of being judged or misunderstood can get in the way of admitting to personal difficulties. Many individuals and families continue to go it alone, even during time of increased pressure and stress. More People Are Asking For Help
From getting along with colleagues to showing your partner love and affection, healthy relationships are important for our emotional wellbeing. No matter how much you enjoy someone’s company, all relationships – even happy ones – need at least a little effort and work put into them to keep them fighting fit. Communication Communication is key
Psoriasis is a skin condition that affects around two out of every one hundred people in the UK. It creates crusty patches of skin that are red and flaky, sometimes covered with silvery-coloured scales. It can be very itchy and is often sore. Most people only suffer localised psoriasis, the most common places on the