I recently posted about self-harm. On the back of this, I’m taking things a step further and talking suicide. Suicide is an uncomfortable thing to sit with. We hold our own thoughts about it, such as seeing it as a sad and unnecessary act. Some see it as selfish. Others may fail to understand why
This is my third post on attachment styles. The Secure and Insecure-Ambivalent Attachment style posts can be found HERE but if you are wanting to know more about the Insecure Anxious-Avoidant Attachment style, then this is the post for you. Before we start, what’s important to remember about all attachment styles is they are strategies learnt
Endings are an inevitable part of therapy. It is usual, particularly for time limited work, to be clear about endings from the start of therapy. This offers clear boundaries and clarifies timescales but doesn’t mean endings are easy. Thankfully, the majority feel right and come about organically but there are some that set a different tone.