A letter to all ambitious mothers,
Dear Ambitious Mother, You don’t know me, but I know you. I see you at the school gates weighed-down with mum-guilt. I see the
The millstone of parental Guilt by Joanna Lloyd-Baker
Guilt is a strange beast. I see it frequently in my counselling room, and recognise it in my own personal makeup but parental guilt
The power of numbers; why group coaching helps children with anxiety
I’ve been running online children’s workshops for the first time this past week on key topics parents often tell me their children struggle with;
Building resilient families; what can we learn from this new normal?
I am an eternal optimist; ask my children, they find it really quite irritating. I am always telling them to focus on what the
Siblings; the big, bad, ugly truth of how we get in the way
It starts off innocently enough. There’s a small disagreement, voices become raised, there’s shouting, then screaming, and one of your children races to find
Self Care; Why I’m Making It My Theme for 2020
At the end of each year I spend quite a bit of time time reflecting on the lessons the previous year has taught me,
The lies we tell ourselves about being vulnerable; calling out the bulls**t!!
I more than most have been guilty of always presenting an ‘I’ve got it all together’ front. The “I’m perfectly in control, have my