Bullying happens not only in the playground or park, but in the dormitory, office, boardroom or prison too. Anywhere where one person has the need to dominate and oppress another. Bullying results in feelings of weakness, vulnerability, helplessness and shame in the victim. When we've put the bullying behaviour in its rightful place these heavy feelings melt away and a new perspective and resourcefulness can take their place.
We all have our own unique relationship with food - and many of us also share some similar difficulties. When we explore and examine our inner child's associations with food, nourishment and nurture we can see the links with our present day relationship with food - and how to heal it.
Twitter is great for connecting you to people. My twitter @beckywalshcom just connected me to a man on the other side of the world. Dr Mark Rogers, a neuroscientist from Australia. Mark popped me a tweet asking me to take a look at his brainy blog. Well what else could I do, I love a good brain!
It has taken great courage and strength to come out and say what I am about to say; ‘I’m a lifeaholic’ I know I need help. I am letting real life get in the way of my virtual life. Time talking, looking and playing is destroying quality time tapping away on my keyboard.
I’ve working as a psychotherapist and coach for many years now, and accumulated over 30,000 hours of client work.
'Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things' Robert Brault