my friend Natalie Lamb recently wrote this blog post and conducted an inspiring interview that I would love to share with you here: Are you deflated about Love? Is it time to learn to love yourself, and create love in your life? Have you stopped believing in the gift you are? I recently spoke with […]
Upgrade your boyfriend – How to turn your boyfriend into the man of your dreams in seven simple steps
By Magdalena Evanova This book is a practical manual on how to improve your relationship by helping your man learn how to be a good partner without making him feel overly trapped. If it is true that you can’t change your man’s personality, it is also just as true that you can help him to […]
Are you single and unhappy? Feeling dismayed about meeting the love of your life? Did you know there are things you can do to help you? Please watch this wonderful interview: An informal, open and honest conversation between Julie Bennett and therapist Natalie Lamb about a real life love story… and an inspiring preview to […]
Aim of the workshop This workshop is entirely experiential and is for anyone wishing to explore and take a step towards integrating a trauma and/or any personal issue they may currently be grappling with. You will also have the opportunity to observe, participate as a representative, and ask questions. A brief explanation of the theory […]
Do you feel like life could be so much better? That you feel lots of pain relating to people, your partner, your parents or your children? This course with Natalie Lamb, relationships expert, will change your life!
Health service providers could learn from New Zealand Maoris when it comes to helping adults who have had mental health problems to get back on their feet, new research suggests. In Maori culture close family and friends are intimately involved with helping people with difficulties, and such family-based approaches appear to have advantages over conventional methods where professionals tend to take the lead.
Many people come from unhappy childhoods and quite a few adults today, find it super tough to deal with their family members. It can cause such deep anger, chronic sadness and super low self esteem. Want it to change? Well this letter constructed by Dr Faye Snyder, Psychologist and Relationships Therapist may help to get them to understand you better.
Intro by Anna Rodgers – It’s easy to hold onto things, and its easy to think you have forgiven someone, until something they do hurts you again, then you realise you haven’t truly forgiven them at all. The question is, what is true forgiveness and how do you achieve it? Read this profound article by Dr Faye, Child and Relationship Psychologist.
Of all my work, I find the most difficult concept to teach is “no blaming.” I have often seen that those who initially nod in agreement later will be the ones to assert that it doesn’t apply to them or their circumstances. In the following “No-Blame Contract”, I attempt to cover all the bases and respond to all the arguments I have heard to justify blaming. Some people simply cannot comprehend life without blaming.