Category Archives: Counselling

New Year Resolve?

At the turn of the year, thoughts can gravitate to the 3 Rs – Review, Reflection and Resolution. Some make that third R a different one – Rebellion! Dissatisfied by the crash and burn of past years, they determine NOT to resolve anything, and so avoid the mid-January tail-spin into disappointment. I remember how every […]

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When a Parent has Dementia

We may anticipate our parents’ later days as a genteel decline through physical frailty towards the parting of a peaceful death, but the reality can be very different: One in three of today’s over 65’s will die with dementia. By 2015, there will be 850,000 people with dementia in the UK as numbers continue to […]

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