Eating Issues

Feelings of depression, anxiety and stress can play a major role in how we experience appetite. In the ‘stress response’, all bodily functions that are not necessary to our immediate survival are suppressed. This includes the immune system, reproductive system, sleep and digestive system. If we are running from a bear, for example, we do … Continue reading Eating Issues

Recognising and Dealing with Passive Aggressive Behaviour by Ann Welsh

“That’s just the way I am” - “I say what I think” – “I’m only joking with you” – “I’m really surprised you’re upset” - “Don’t be so sensitive” - “You’re overreacting” If you recognise any of the above – chances are you have experienced or are experiencing veiled insults from a person with passive … Continue reading Recognising and Dealing with Passive Aggressive Behaviour by Ann Welsh

‘New Year’s Resolutions and How To Stick To Them’ by Jo Welsh

So it’s March already. Remember those New Year’s Resolutions you made way back in January? How are those going? This year you were definitely going to get fit, start saving, give up smoking, buy a bike, and so on. Problem is of course, you’ve said this every year… And have you done any of it? … Continue reading ‘New Year’s Resolutions and How To Stick To Them’ by Jo Welsh