Colic is the stuff of parenting nightmares. After 9 months of pregnancy, you can’t wait to hold your baby in your arms. You envision days of endless motherhood bliss but if you have a colicky baby then those blissful days are far from your reality. Everyone offers advice, from Great Aunt Edie, recommending whisky in the bottle (eek!! Did they really do that?) to Pamela down the road who swears by a herbal tea. It seems everyone has advice for the suffering parents but nobody really knows what it is. What is Colic?Read More
Changes and uncertainty can cause you to feel stressed or to worry repetitively. The Coronavirus has thrown up an array of new problems creating a huge amount of change in a short space of time. It is a time of change here Ailsa has put together 4 tips to help you cope, eliminate stress and improve your future by making the right decisions.
Some of the problems I have been helping clients with are not being able to be at funerals or hug loved one, the pressure of home-schooling, fears for health, and, financial, business or job worries, others include loneliness or boredom contrasted with being burnt out from working harder than ever said AilsaRead More
Older members of society are especially vulnerable to loneliness right now as they are at high risk from Coronavirus and advised to only leave their homes if it’s essential.
However, even when we can’t be physically close to our loved ones, there are many ways that we can support them, show kindness and appreciation, and stay connected.
Here are 10 ways that you can support the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of your loved ones during lockdown.
During lockdown, how are you fostering family connection and family time?
When you are not wrestling with routines, home schooling, cooking, cleaning, running the business or working from home, plus finding time for yourself, how are you actually spending your ‘down time’?