The first question you might be asking yourself is what is the meaning that lies behind the title – The YinYOU. Thinking about the various aspects in life in general, I realise more and more how much we go about our daily lives forgetting ourselves, the YOU. Forgetting the YOU can be the ripple effect in one’s life, where you have feelings beyond your comprehension and understanding, frustrations, depression, anxiety, stress or maybe a situation where you just cannot grasp why you feel the way you do. My part in your life is to firstly listen to you, allow you that safe space of comfort so that I can help you take control of your life in a way that YOU find the inner YOU again with the meaning you so desire.
With my emphasis on therapy and counselling, I can focus on issues concerning: individuals, couples, relationships, adolescent and child-care development, parental guidance, sexual preference adaptation (LGBTI), pre-marital and marital, divorce, pre-retirement concerns and retirement concerns, addiction and work stress/adaptation
Your age does not determine the space you are in or the space you need to be in. Life’s problems happens to us all, but our attitude will help us deal with it appropriately. The most comforting feeling in the world is to be able to talk to someone, a person who will listen, guide and advise you towards your healing. I want to be able to make you see that you do not have to be in the space of darkness or despair, there is always a way to welcome a new chapter in one’s life. I want to learn about your strengths and help you gain it back; I want to learn about your life and lifestyle so that I can understand the type of stressors you going through in order for me to help you out of it, most of all I want to guide you to find the balance back in your life.
We do not often see what is causing the barriers but we know for sure that we feel more and more drained. Every day, each and every person is going through and experiencing something different, pin pointing it can sometimes be difficult as situations can hinder our sight, at times we just ignore it and hope it will go away, and most of the times, we actually do know what we feeling and why but we do not know how to deal with it. However when someone from the outside can see what you cannot, it can open up a completely new world for you. Never estimate the power of your own mind and the strength of your own thoughts.
“Those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any ‘how’.”
― Viktor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning