Using Love Languages to Reduce Tension: Carolyn Cousins
Are you finding yourself going a little nutty as you spend all this extra time with your immediate family? Do you wonder why your child follows you around the house or insists on touching your face? Social work expert, Carolyn Cousins, reviews how knowing and using the love languages can reduce the tension in our homes. If you'd like to know more about Love Languages we would highly recommend 'The Five Love Languages' by Gary Chapman.
Practicing Love and Compassion: Yvette Cherry
Why do those closest to us often get the worst of us? How can we take responsibility for our emotions when life’s stressors continue to pile up? Women’s Leadership Pastor and Comms Guru, Yvette Cherry helps us to recognise the signals our bodies are sending us and how we can channel our emotions in healthy ways
Flipping your Lid for Parents: Carolyn Cousins
Do you notice your kids acting out more than usual? Are they struggling to manage melt downs, anxiety and anger? Social work expert Carolyn Cousins shares a helpful tool called “flipping your lid” and how referring to emotions in this way can help your kids manage their emotions
Struggling with Covid-19 and Negative Thoughts: Elliot Keane
Did the Covid-19 restrictions have you feel like your thought life was going backwards? Pastor Elliot Keane explores why our brains resort to old coping strategies when we are under stress and why we pick up the emotions of others.
Living in the Liminal Space: Julie Gardiner
How do you have a sense of purpose after a season of purposelessness? How do you feel about coming out of lockdown? Pastor Julie Gardiner explores the journey through the in-between and why we may feel reluctant to go back to our pre-Covid activities.