Category: Blog

Failure is always an option

Daring to fail is the very platform on which we grow, learn and cultivate resilience, and some of the fundamental lessons we need to learn are indeed wrapped up as epic failures. 

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The key 4 foundations of a healthy relationship

What to watch out for, and what you can do to strengthen them in your relationship.

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The subtle signs of depression you shouldn’t ignore

Depression isn't something you just wake up with one morning and it doesn't always present itself as you imagine it should. Over on the blog I share some of the more subtle signs of depression you shouldn't ignore.

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5 ways to reduce the spotlight effect.

Ever feel like you are constantly in the spotlight, with everyone watching your every move and making judgements about you? Well you're not alone.

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Finding Love (Online) in a Pandemic

Throw in the extra complexity and anxiety that the reality of dating in 2021 brings, there’s no wonder you may well be sat very much on the safer side of caution, here I share my top 10 tips to help you find love online.  

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Source: Flock Magazine

How coronavirus killed our concentration (and what we can do about it)

Dubbed the pandemic attention effect, a new-found inability to focus is becoming an epidemic in its own right. But how do we make headway when our heads won’t play ball?

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Right here, right now.

3 Questions to ask yourself when anxiety takes hold.

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Source: Flock Magazine

Lockdown friendships and reality in the city

Much has been made of the fact that Carrie and co will be returning to our screens sans Samantha. But in reality, the past year has fractured many a friendship group – and it’s leaving women feeling low, says psychotherapist Catherine Asta.

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Source: Flock Magazine

The Tank is empty, I’ve run out of fumes

Are you feeling like you’ve come to the end of your coping abilities? Finding even the smallest tasks endlessly difficult? The exhaustion epidemic is kicking in hard right now, and Jennifer Crichton’s among the depleted.

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Source: Flock Magazine

Flying the flag for step-motherhood

Forget the wicked stepmother caricature. The ascent of Kamala Harris and Jill Biden might finally bring the blended family the recognition it deserves – and not a moment too soon, argues psychotherapist (and step-mum) Catherine Asta.

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Source: Flock Magazine

Are you ready for the post-lockdown re-emergence?

We’re all supposed to be gleefully skipping to the pub by now. But for many women, the lifting of stay-at-home orders is prompting as much panic as their introduction did, says psychotherapist Catherine Asta.

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Source: Flock Magazine

How to save yourself In a world on fire

We all learned lessons from the last lockdown. And whether it’s saying yes to new challenges or saying a hard no to baking banana bread, the key to surviving this one is doing what you now know works for you.

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Source: Flock Magazine

How to help those grieving this Christmas

Know someone dreading this year’s festivities? Worried their winter will be dominated by fear, anxiety or loss rather than joy? You’re not alone, says psychotherapist Catherine Asta – and there is a way to help them through…

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Source: Flock Magazine

How will we keep women safe this time around?

The rise in domestic abuse rates during lockdown one might have been widely reported, but for many women unable to access help, the nightmare continues.

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