Depression

Sadness and Depression: When do you really cross the line?

Nowadays the word ‘depression’ has been so fully absorbed into our daily language that it is often incorrectly used to describe normal sadness. Sometimes it may occur that intense sadness makes us wonder whether it is a normal and transitory feeling or there is more about what is perceived as sorrow, such as real depression.… Continue reading Sadness and Depression: When do you really cross the line?

Anger · passive aggressive behaviour

Anger – Working with the unconscious

Anger is an emotional response related to one’s physiological interpretation of being wrong, offended or ignored. It is an indicator of one’s boundaries being violated. One of the responses is to react by retaliating. It can also be a blocked energy. By learning to understand your own anger you can find the source, or the… Continue reading Anger – Working with the unconscious

Eating Disorders

How do you know if you have a problem with food?

Where do you cross the line from taking a healthy interest in food and wanting to take care of your body, to it becoming a dangerous obsession which has a detrimental impact on your self-worth? There is not a clearly defined answer to this. Every individual’s experience will be slightly different. Here is a diary… Continue reading How do you know if you have a problem with food?