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Updated August 2020
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Many people have aspired to set and achieve new goals at this time of dramatic change. A couple of months into lockdown has left many of us drained of energy that has been absorbed by having to adapt to change and by the drain of our reacting to family members in lockdown. Goal setting may seem unrealistic at this time, however, setting achievable …
 
It is challenging to stay meaningfully connected to the extended family during Covid-19 isolation. Some families are struggling to manage the extra demands of their households so they are likely to put extended family interactions on hold so as not to add to the pressure. There are, however, costs to reducing these connections. In this podcast, Jen…
 
How does a parent best support the child’s learning from home? How can they manage the pulls to take over the school’s role in delivering lessons? Or the pull to correct and coerce a child to perform better? This podcast helps parents to consider what they are responsible for and what is not their responsibility in terms of their children’s lessons…
 
When stress is high, our typical reactive patterns will be amplified. For couples there are 3 anxiety driven patterns that can undermine a relationship (although they all play a part in steadying the individuals) 1-Distance, 2– Over and Underfunctioning, and 3- Conflict. This podcast looks at how both patterns of conflict and overfunctioning / unde…
 
A conscientious parent can sometimes find themselves over focussing on one or more of their children. The appropriate level of connection and supervision can gradually increase to a worry driven response to a child – especially a child that we are more sensitive to. At this time of lockdown and school closure, this pattern can easily be intensified…
 
Couples finding an even balance between connection and space to be individuals is central for the health of their relationship. How do you work on this balance when spending so much time together in Covid-19 lockdown? It’s easy to experience varying degrees of suffocation in a relationship and to use emotional distancing to manage this. Making a de…
 
Having an external drama to be absorbed in can become a detour from experiencing and addressing other more generalised tensions and issues in our lives. The anxiety sponge of the current crisis is so easily fed by an intense repetitive news cycle and amplified by social media posts. We can superficially feel better and experience a heightened toget…
 
Withdrawing is a natural response to stress. What happens when it is socially mandated? What do we need to watch out for in following societal obligations while watching that we don’t inadvertently contribute to vulnerability to mood symptoms? Stay tuned for the weekly series: Week 2 = When the unfolding COVID-19 ‘Reality TV-like Drama’ moves into …
 
“Our family could have been a more supportive resource if individuals were able to balance their efforts to keep going with time to talk with each other about our struggles in the midst of grief.” – –J Brown, Growing Yourself Up, Chapter 15 Old Age and facing Death : Denial or honest preparation. In this pod cast I reflect on the lessons learned fr…
 
This pod cast tells of the story of a disillusioned grandparent Helen and how she shifted her efforts away from her expectations of access to her grandchildren and towards her relationship with her adult son: “Helen’s efforts went onto shifting her focus away from her grandson and back to her own son. She could see how much she’d assumed about her …
 
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