Much like the customary “na shledanou” after a silent elevator ride, or wearing socks with sandals, the idea of group support can be confusing. So, with another round of sessions coming up this March, we’re here to help demystify the process so that you can decide if these sessions are a fit for you.
Routine, rush, multitasking, stress, too little time “for anything” and subsequent overload. These day-to-day scenarios are well known to nearly all of us. But not everybody can deal with it.
Red roses, heart-shaped cards, chocolate boxes, big stuffed bears, cheap wine and a fancydinner. Ugh…not again!Valentine’s Day is approaching and so are the mixed feelings surrounding it. Some enjoy thisday to the fullest and immerse themselves in the celebration of consumerism disguising itself inthe expression of love.
Many of us face moments when something in life needs to be radically changed, but the fear of the unknown hinders our plans. An inner voice says that everything is fine, it’s better not to risk, otherwise it will only get worse.
Historically, mental health challenges were primarily associated with women. One infamous example is the now-defunct diagnosis of ‘hysteria’ considered a dramatic women’s affliction in the 19th-century. Nowadays, we recognize the symptoms in multiple disorders affecting the entire gender spectrum.
Hey, thank you for the invitation. I come from a small city Daruvar in Croatia. In Croatia I studied psychology and gained my first work experience. One of my first jobs was in a kindergarten where I learnt a lot about children’s development, parenting and work in group.