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Adversity is like a strong wind. It tears away from us all but the things that cannot be torn so that we see ourselves as we really are.

Unforgiveness and your health

Unforgiveness is when you are unwilling or unable to forgive someone for hurting, betraying, breaking your trust or causing you intense emotional pain. Forgiving is

Are you a people pleaser?

A people pleaser is an individual that has developed a learnt behaviour of pleasing others in exchange for love, acceptance or approval. This learnt behaviour

Self-esteem in relationships

What is the meaning of self-esteem? Self-esteem defines how you treat yourself, what you think of yourself and the relationship that you have with yourself.

Coping with Depression

Depression is a real illness and it can happen to anyone regardless of his or her age, gender, class, race,  sexuality or religion.  It can

Fear of intimacy

Everyone wants to find that special spouse who is loving, warm, share special memories and to be loved. However, there are times when we have

Coping with Stress

Some levels of stress are healthy and normal in life and can help to challenge us or allow us to come out of our comfort

Dump the Baggage

A Therapist’s Guide to Building Self-Esteem and Positive Relationships

Our childhood relationships can have a significant impact on our adult relationships and our self-esteem. Psychotherapist Kate Megase describes how our attachments from childhood can influence our relationships both in our personal and professional lives.

When we have poor self-esteem, it can affect our choices in life and can trigger core negative beliefs of not being good enough.

Dump the Baggage will show you how to improve your self-esteem and let go of your past negative experiences so that your past experiences do not affect your future. Each chapter has an action plan to help you make life changes that will improve your relationship with yourself and others.