Category: Addiction

Sugar Awareness

Sugar Awareness! By Claire Kimber It’s the perfect time of year to bundle up with warm clothes and comfort food, though for many people, comfort food means cakes, sweets and sugary treats. However, sugary foods can be wreaking havoc on your health in ways you wouldn’t want to believe. Simple sugars are a source of…

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The Grip of Addiction – by Jim Clancey BACP Accred

Addiction comes in many shapes and sizes. Drinking, shopping, gambling, drugs, pornography, gaming, sex and so on.  The repetitive returning to a behaviour that was initially supportive, can become counterproductive and harmful. What once felt like a gentle holding can become a firm grip that is difficult to break free from. Whatever the reasons for…

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Researching counselling – Some useful resources

Researching counselling support? Following on from our previous blog, we thought the links and resources below may be useful. There are so many choices it can be confusing. Whilst most of the therapists at The Terrace use a range of theories in their work, it is useful to understand your options. Have a look at…

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‘Let’s talk!’ – about mens’ mental health

We have written before about the difficulties men face when they are experiencing mental health issues. It is nearly a year since we wrote of the Mental Health Charter for Sport & Recreation in Boys Don’t Cry and since then we have seen periodic moves to raise awareness of suicides amongst young men, for example….

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Guest post: Living a real life again – on giving up a twitter addiction for Lent…

Today we are pleased to welcome Brooke Sheldon as guest blogger to let’s talk! Over the coming weeks we will be offering a variety of writers, thinkers, therapists and anyone interested in well being the opportunity to talk about something of importance to them and to give their thoughts on how we can support our own…

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