Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and anxiety are common co-morbidities – around 70-90% of IBS sufferers who seek treatment have psychological disorders. Stress is a common trigger for IBS, so a person with anxiety would be experiencing regular high levels of stress thereby at risk of triggering their IBS more often. However, looking at it from a […]
Narcissism is actually a trait that every individual has. One needs a healthy dose of it, to be able to feel confident in their ability to function in life. However, Narcissistic Personality Disorder is much more than just being confident. People who have Narcissistic Personality Disorder have a great desire to be admired. This might result […]
Domestic Violence is a pattern of abusive behaviour through which a person seeks to control and dominate another person. Individuals who engage in abusive behaviours use fear, guilt, shame, and intimidation to claim power and control over their partner. Psychologist Amanda Hansen outlines the signs of an abusive relationship and how to seek support.
The loss of libido in men, can lead to feelings of shame, create unhappiness in other areas of their lives and put huge amounts of stress on their relationship. But loss of libido is NOT something you have to live with. There is much you can do to regain your sex drive and your happy outlook […]
Affairs occur because there is a problem, real or perceived, within the relationship. Clinical Psychologist Dr. David Wells discusses what to do when you suspect your partner is cheating and what signs to look for, such as a higher than normal credit card bill or your partner working longer hours than normal.