GREAT NEWS IIn partnership with theministryofparenting.com is delighted to announce a new course for parents and carers of people who self-harm. F.L.A.S.H ( Families Learning About Self Harm ) Book your place soon or pass on this information to anyone … Continue reading
a very helpful article on Anorexia.
How can Mums help? Supporting someone who self harms can be very difficult and challenging, more so when it’s your child- that precious little bundle you brought home and promised with all your heart to look after no matter what. Witnessing your … Continue reading
August 29, 2015
Tagged Advice, contacts, coping, do's, don'ts, helping your child, parenting, self help, suicide, support, Talking, therapy, unconditional love
5 Ways to Support Someone With Mental Illness – Guest Blog by Al Ronberg.
Be Prepared! ” Fools dive in where Angels fear to tread” Never try to deal with conflict when you and your teen are feeling upset or angry. Wait until you feel calm instead. It is always best to be prepared. … Continue reading
This video is so helpful to both Mums/supporters and those who suffer with Self Harm. Why not take a few minutes, find a quiet space and listen to a message of HOPE today. Remember – Don’t go through … Continue reading
August 12, 2015
Tagged Advice, facts, healing, helping your child, hope, Organisations, overcoming, parenting, recovery, stories, support, testimonies
Who Am I – help your teenagers to find their true Identity. As they approach adolescence, all teenagers struggle with ‘who they are’. Parents often refer to their teenagers as ‘rebellious’ but in actual fact they have to weigh up what … Continue reading
May 14, 2015
Tagged Advice, communicating, criticism, facts, false guilt, forgiveness, guilt, identity, resilience, self esteem, self respect
A few thoughts based on Jeff Lucas’ recent book ‘Faith in the Fog’ which explores issues like faith when we have more questions that answers, depression and burnout, the connection between love for God and our emotions, and handling disappointment with God … Continue reading
A very informative article for those who want to understand more about helping young people recover http://www.thesite.org/mental-health/self-harm/steps-to-self-harm-recovery-5697.html