When Being Called A Witch is a Positive

I have a client who has tread a very difficult path. The mental health system was not the best option for her and finally after reading Kissing the Black Dog  she contacted me.  Some people are fine with that system, it was not suitable for this incredible woman.

This amazing person went from being suicidal to getting back in the driver’s […]

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Kissing the Black Dog – Depression/Anxiety or  Are You Feeling Powerless

So many people are on anti-depessants which treat symptoms not causes. Research shows depression and it’s mate, anxiety both have their roots in an unhealthy body and negative thinking. Many sufferers like to blame a myriad of other issues, instead of improving their health and changing their thinking.

As a society we have become soft and unwilling to step out of […]

Cognitive Discordance/ Physiological Reversal/ Unwillingness

Within all of us is an inability or resistance to change. For some it is small and not really a block to our personal development. To others it is a massive ball of negative energy, ruling and controlling our lives. When we let cognitive discordance, or as it is better known unwillingness or stubbornness into the driver seat, failure will […]

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Depressed or do you need a good drink?

Depression is a symptom of dehydration. Research indicates that at least 80 named diseases are actually symptoms of dehydration.

As summer arrives in the southern hemisphere and the north begins to freeze over our attention should be turning to how well hydrated we are. Yes in cold weather drinking mineralised alkaline rich water is as important as it is on a […]

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Grief, Forgiveness and Neck Pain

Grief has a terrible effect on many people. To loose a child would be heartbreaking, but their are many other forms of lose that have the same effect. For some it is a pet, their job, a relationship, moving house or leaving where they grew up. The lose of innocence, the inability to live up or down to other people’s […]

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Depression or Emotional Immaturity

We tend to be quick to grab for the magic silver bullet, the wide range of anti- depressants, from alcohol, recreational and prescribed drugs to deal the emotional, mental pain we suffer.

How often do ask the simple question, what am i really feeling?

What we assume to be depression , anxiety and a host of other labelled conditions may be more […]

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Depression and Anxiety – What You Do Makes a Difference

At the turn of the 20th Century the Aristotle/ Newton/ Descarte mechanistic world view took a sword to the heart. Quantum Physics stepped onto the world stage and so began the re-awakening. Researchers are discovering what was already known by advanced civilisations from the past.

Depression and anxiety treatment is caught in this global thought side alley. Reducing a problem into smaller and smaller […]

By |February 2nd, 2017|Kissing the Black Dog - Depression and Anxiety|0 Comments

Another Perspective on Bullying

All great spirits met violent opposition from mediocre minds 
Albert Einstein
Being bullied can lead some to suicide or other forms of self harm. Negative self image, self criticism, a not good enough belief system can all stem from being bullied.

What if people treat us the way we feel about ourselves? What if we vibrate the message, I feel powerless?

It was Nikola […]

By |January 18th, 2017|Kissing the Black Dog - Depression and Anxiety|0 Comments

Victims Need Bullies

There is a lot of talk about what to do about bullies. While much of it is well intentioned it may be feeding the problem and not the solution.

Being bullied has a personal aspect for me. I had a situation where I was staying which taught me some powerful lessons about giving up my victim status and disempowerment in the […]

By |December 28th, 2016|Kissing the Black Dog - Depression and Anxiety|0 Comments

Mastering the Basics of Health.

My Book Kissing the Black Dog was written to expand people’s knowledge of the many options for maintaining wellness. The brain is part of the body and is affected when the three basics are not working to their best capacity.

The three are:

Hydration – keeping the body’s water level at optimum, inside and outside the cells is critical for health.

pH – […]

By |December 17th, 2016|Kissing the Black Dog - Depression and Anxiety|0 Comments