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Self Esteem

Date : February 28, 2016Comments : 0

And The Winner Is… You!

The Academy Award night is here again, and people around the world are holding their breath to see if their favourite actor is going to pick up an Oscar.  Screened live in more than 200 countries, the awards ceremony has been on the go since 1929 and is popular among A-list celebrities and armchair judges alike.  A celebration of superb performance on the silver screen – what’s not to like? Continue reading “And The Winner Is… You!”

Film about depression and the removal of ego – The Peaceful Warrior

Sometimes, trying to find inspirational movies that not only entertain us but motivate us and also educate us on how to overcome depression can be difficult to come by but fortunately, I stumbled across this one based on ‘true events’ and a book known as ‘The Peaceful Warrior‘.

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Date : February 24, 2016Comments : 0

Looking Forwards – Solution Focused Therapy

My core counselling training is in the humanistic-existential orientation and, more specifically, is predominantly of the person-centred approach (the ‘PCA’). This type of therapy is ‘non-directive’; the idea is that the counsellor does not tell the client what they should do in their situation, or what areas they should explore in their therapy. I have heard it said that solution focused brief therapy (SFBT here on in) is just the opposite of the person-centred approach, and that the two are vastly different. Continue reading “Looking Forwards – Solution Focused Therapy”


Date : February 16, 2016Comments : 0

How to heal from depression in your own unique way

Recently, I have read articles discussing that there is going to be more investment in mental health and easier access to ‘talking therapies‘. Something that I feel incredibly strong about is the fact that each and every person’s experience of depression is ‘unique’ and so how a person will heal from their own personal depressive experience needs to be explored more than accepting tablets and talking therapies as the only solution because when those things don’t work you can feel like there is ‘no hope’ when hope very much STILL exists!

In this blog post the founder of BoM is going to discuss some of the different possible causes of depression, share several therapies that are known to help the healing process of depression (backed by science) and the importance of trying different therapies until you find the one that seems to work for you.

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how not to talk to someone with depression


Date : February 9, 2016Comments : 0

How not to talk to someone with depression

Many of us don’t realise some of the things we say to people who are suffering with moderate to severe depression doesn’t help and can make the very real life threating condition worse. In this video from Hope for depression Research foundation they clearly show how we sometimes treat people who are dealing with depression in the wrong way. Continue reading “How not to talk to someone with depression”

Depression,Life Experience

Date : February 7, 2016Comments : 1

Understanding your emotions can help you control your experiences

Emotions , we all have them, we don’t always tend to understand them and most of us let our subconscious do the hard work of whether to laugh, cry or get angry but what if we could become very aware of our emotions and how we respond? What if we had a chart that mapped out all our emotions. I mean, what if we could choose to REALLY laugh at something that would usually make us angry, wouldn’t that be marvellous!?Going from a feeling of total rage to feelings of happiness and joy.

Well it is possible to train your brain to be this way with some conscious effort. This blog post explores the profound affect of being consciously aware of our emotional bodies to improve our mental and emotional health but also change our perception of our lives as a whole.

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