Paul Cockayne – 07791 970406 – email@example.com
This is a sort of counselling “blog” to give you a flavour of how I work. You can find more information about me by clicking one of the links above
This blog was previously at http://www.pcrc.berkshire-website.co.uk where historical entries from November 2008 can be found
We all need support – some of us more than others. Support may come from people, pets, activities, or perhaps, from more potentially destructive sources such as alcohol, drugs or pornography.
It can be useful to think about your support network by asking yourself who (or what) gives you:-
- Someone you can rely on in a crisis
- Someone to talk to if you’re worried
- Someone who makes you feel good about yourself
- Someone who can tell you how well or badly you are doing
- Someone who makes you stop and think about what you’re doing
- Someone who introduces you to new ideas, interests or people
There may be gaps in your network, or you may very heavily on one or two people. This isn’t necessarily wrong, but it is something to think about.