Unhappiness is a much maligned aspect of our lives. Instead of being regarded as the opposite of happiness, which is apathy, unhappiness serves a vital positive purpose. It is the starting point to our developing an awareness of what we need to change. Here are 10 reasons why unhappiness matters.
Feeling overwhelmed stops us in our tracks, we lose the capacity to think properly and instead begin to feel emotionally exhausted. Here are some ways to protect yourself.
There are a lot of misconceptions about psychotherapy and counselling. Some based on fear, others based on very old social values, or perhaps unscrupulous therapists. In this post, we explore ten myths about therapy, and offer up some counter arguments.
Psychotherapy is increasingly available in different forms. Traditional face-to-face work now stands alongside Skype and telephone counselling. A qualified psychotherapist can make all of these work, but what might the benefits be of working with a psychotherapist in the same room?
How can we resolve it when we are stuck in our life?
- Feel stuck
Feel your stuckness as if it was a presence in your body. Study the feeling and in doing so separate yourself from it. Don’t waste your time trying to change by thinking too much. Thoughts tend to go round and round and never change, whereas feelings always change, but only if you can bear to feel them.