04 June 2008

What would you do?

You have no idea what goes down on CyberShrink's forum - what advice would you give?

‘She set out to become pregnant, and she caught him. Now we’ve spotted him getting a room with another woman after a few drinks. Should we tell her? ’ …

You have no idea what goes down on CyberShrink’s forum. What advice would you give?

Relationships can be messy
Human relationships are hardly ever simple, and close interactions can turn into battle grounds. Whether it’s the frustration of trying to deal with an unhappy teenager, or the difficult task of helping a friend cope with grief – every now and then we run out of solutions. That's the time to reach out for professional assistance.

A woman writes in to ask how she can help a co-worker, saying: “My colleague works to support her sister and brother, her niece, husband and two adult children - they are all dysfunctional and she is a woman nearing her 78th birthday"; a young man writes in to tell how he has learnt to cope with grief, and a woman wonders if she suffers from sex envy.

If you have a problem you need to discuss, or if you need some advice, don’t hesitate to post a question on the CyberShrink Forum. Become part of this supportive community.

(Health24, June 2008)


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