Our nervous systems (especially in Ireland) have been through quite the rollercoaster in the past couple of months. We have experienced restrictions tightening, Christmas, possibly isolating/quarantining, the collective trauma of a murder, and...Read more
From my personal experience of starting college, it was a difficult transition where I was very close to dropping out. College can be a fun and exciting time but it is not always rainbows and butterflies; it can often be a difficult time for...Read more
We can suffer not only because something negative occurred, but also with the absence of something positive.
Something traumatic does not have to be the only reason that you deserve care, love, support. What can also create pain for us is the lack of positive experiences in our lives. Examples of this can be: In our childhood – our basic needs were met...Read more
Can you relate to this at present? 🙋♀️ 🔹Uncertainty – Uncertainty does not always mean an unpleasant outcome, but we often associate it with this. It is an inevitable part of life. Nearly a year into the pandemic however, a unique level of...Read more
Sometimes, it is hard not to get caught up with rumination and over thinking, especially with the current global situation. It might help to understand why this happens to us and how our brains work. The oldest part of our brain does not “think”...Read more