How to befriend your inner critic?
Your inner critic is the voice at the back of your head that judges your every move. It is harsh and unforgiving, and often you just want to get rid of it. However, this voice is a valid part of you and it is there for a reason. Understanding your inner critic can both enhance your self-awareness and bring you more peace.
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Let's meet at the women's retreat hosted by a well-known influencer, perfomer, author and actor Tova Leigh in a luxurious quinta in the Algarve. I am thrilled to be part of the Wellbeing Team!
Breaking away from codependency
Healthy relationships are pivotal to growth, emotional fulfilment and safety. However, codependent dynamics are the opposite and they lead to emotional exhaustion, dissatisfaction and feeling trapped.
5 Reg flags of narcissistic tendencies
Being around people with narcissistic tendencies can be a challenging, hurtful and confusing experience. Here are 5 reg flag traits to look out for in those around you.
Inside-out vs. outside-in self-esteem
Self-esteem is about how much you value and appreciate yourself. It's how you see yourself when you look in the mirror, both physically and emotionally. There are two main types of self-esteem: inside-out and outside-in. What does it mean and which one is better for you?
EMDR vs. Brainspotting: What's the difference?
EMDR and Brainspotting are both advanced and powerful therapies, which utilise client's visual field to access and integrate unprocessed material. What is the difference and which one is a better fit for your needs?
How psychotherapy works
If you are considering starting therapy for the first time in your life, you may be wondering how it can help you. My honest answer is: it depends. It depends on you, your therapist, your personal circumstances, and your therapeutic goals. However, in this article I will try to explain how psychotherapy works in general.