It’s easy to let looking after yourself drop down your list of priorities, but it’s really important – it helps you manage yourself and your life better, and achieve that sometimes elusive feeling of balance and control. It also puts you back in touch with yourself and helps you make healthier connections with others.
Connections are central to what I do. Every connection we make with people is special and unique, and evolves continuously. So if we can learn to accept change and transition, face our challenges with openness and honesty, and accept support from others, we can embrace life instead of shying away from it in fear and denial.
Sometimes one of the most challenging steps is to seek help in the first place and by reading this you have taken a difficult and courageous step, and possibly the most important one.
Ultimately, I believe we’re all unique, so each individual responds differently to the therapeutic environment. In other words, there’s no right or wrong way – it’s about helping you find your way.