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Re-ignite Your Relationship Passion Using Your Unconscious Blueprints™

February 23, 2018 | Sue Lester

If the passion has disappeared from your marriage or relationship, then perhaps your unconscious blueprint of your spouse has morphed into another annoying teenager to pick up after, or a passion-killing ‘father figure’. Know it is possible to turn him back into that stud-muffin you fell in love with! My WNA blog post “Introducing Your […]

Gen Y Work Perspective: Why Is a Work-life Balance Needed?

September 26, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

The idea of a balance between work and life has become almost foreign in the 21st century. With technology’s ubiquity, constantly tackling work requests online and over the phone has become commonplace for a portion of the population even when they are vacationing. For others, their social and personal lives have a much more prominent […]

Addicted To Work?

May 29, 2015 | Thomas Downey

“But your contract finished on Friday!” and he was both exasperated and correct she stated as she recalled her husband’s comment. “I simply could not leave the work computer there. I brought it home and kept going and I still have more to do. And I left 6 days ago. I’m not being paid. It’s […]

Relationships – When to Leave?

March 25, 2015 | Thomas Downey

Relationships can be wonderful and they can also be hell. The question of “if to” end a relationship and if so, consequently, “when to” end is complex. Nothing is straightforward and regret, even fleeting, seems part of our human condition. An internal statement of “I stayed too long” is often met with “I should have […]

Boundaries: A Challenge for Many

February 25, 2015 | Thomas Downey

Do you know what a boundary is? Do you know how to establish one and maintain it? Boundaries are meant to be learnt in childhood yet for many of my patients, professional women or otherwise, the actual holding of a boundary can be challenging. Many don’t understand what boundaries are or how to establish them. […]

The Curse of Sisypus

January 27, 2015 | Thomas Downey

Do you have days when you feel like you are Sisypus? In Greek mythology, Sisypus was punished by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat this action forever. He was caught in an endless cycle of futility and frustration, and in spite […]