May 3, 2017


How often do you find yourself repeating relationship patterns and regretting later the choices you’ve made?  Mothers and Daughters offers insights into how and why we do this and here I share with you details relating to my work with daughters who are in conflict wit...

April 27, 2017

More than three-quarters of the case studies shared in Mothers and Daughters, indicate daughters feel like an emotional rescuer in relation to their mothers.  Whether it is trying to keep the peace and not upset her, listening to her talk about her worries and fears an...

April 21, 2017

The disease to please begins early in life when as daughters we learn about what makes our mothers happy or unhappy.  We learn to respond to her rules and conditions because our main desire is to gain her love.  Some of those expectations we can fulfil while others may...

April 14, 2017

Reaching back into your personal ancestry can be revealing in terms of the conscious and unconscious patterns of behaviour which run through generations of your female timeline.  We will discuss not only learned behaviours from our predecessors, but also ancestral memo...

April 10, 2017

Your family is unavoidable.  You cannot escape them or trade them in for another family.  You also can’t change them...but you can change your response to them - Jami Attenberg

It’s ok to admit there may be things about your mother you don’t like and find hard to a...

March 12, 2017

Childhood conditioning, rules, beliefs and behavioural patterning

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