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The Seeds of Self-Destruction

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Welcome to this month’s Blog-Spot where specialist bereavement counsellor Debbie Holder discusses the complexity of death-by-suicide from the perspective of both those who choose to take their own lives and those they leave behind. “Hope is a necessity for normal … Continue reading

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Unpacking the Suitcase: A Psychotherapist’s View on the Luggage of our Past

Welcome to this month’s Blog Spot where Psychotherapist Adrian Ward once again shares his enjoyment of film and television and gives a psychotherapists’ take on what is presented on screen.  Adrian has previously written on the Wim Wenders’ film “Wings … Continue reading

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Thanatophobia: Are You Terrified of Losing Someone You Love?

  Thanatophobia is a medical condition whereby an individual experiences an extreme fear /phobia of death, whether or not if it is the idea of themselves dying or the loss of a loved one. Although this may seem common as … Continue reading

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Little Ones Lost

Miscarriage: when joy turns to heartbreak ‘A life may last for just a moment….. but memories can make that moment last forever’   Miscarriage can be an emotionally distressing and frightening experience to go through and is defined as: “a … Continue reading

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