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Saturday, 17 October 2015 13:53

My Head Is Going to Explode - Podcast

The loss of a loved one and grieving can cause mild depression. Using a diary can help you recover quicker.

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Published in Spiritual Development
Saturday, 17 October 2015 13:15

My Head Is Going to Explode

 

Question

My father passed away just over a year ago and I am struggling to accept this.  My sister and I had to place our mother in care because of my mother’s medical problems. 

I live on my own and have many lovely and caring friends, but even so I often find myself feeling lonely and tearful.

 

I have problems sleeping and often lie awake thinking very dark and scary thoughts.

 

Sports have always helped me to cope, but I am struggling with recent injuries that are taking long to heal.

 

I have also lost my job on two occasions and because things are so quiet at work at the moment, I am worried that it will happen again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published in Spiritual Development

Sometimes people get stuck in grief.  If you are willing to accept help moving on, there is a lovely life waiting for you.

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Published in Love and Relationships
Sunday, 11 October 2015 09:24

My Dad Is Not Coping with Being a Widower

 

Question:

My mom passed away nine years ago when I was ten years old.  I feel I have dealt with it, but I don’t think my dad has.

 

 

He has quite a stressful job, and comes home shouting at me and my sister for the tiniest things.  This has been getting worse over the past year or so.  I would not say he is abusive – I can see that when he raises his voice something stops him and he actually feels embarrassed without us saying anything. 

 

He has not dated since my mom passed away, and I think he feels the loss even more when he does not have a partner to talk things through with.  His stress is affecting everyone in the house.

 

I am also worried about his physical health since he has started drinking quite a lot.  I wouldn’t say he is an alcoholic, but I am worried that it will get worse.

 

I want to go to university soon, but I can see that he wouldn’t cope without me, and I don’t want my little sister to take over from me and spend her life caring for him.

 

How do I get my dad to agree to family counselling?  I feel that would have a better chance than me asking him to go for personal counselling – he has his pride

Published in Love and Relationships

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