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To Advise or Not to Advise? That is the Question!

May 21, 2014 | by Carrina Hampton

The transition into parenthood and the stages along the way are broadly acknowledged. We have countless books, parenting courses and far too many opinion-giving people on the streets. But what about the transition into parenting an adult? Read more>>

Your Bottom Line: How Crossable Is It?

February 13, 2014 | by Carrina Hampton

We all have them or claim to have them. The lists of things that would spell the end of a relationship for us. This line moves and is evidenced by different things depending on the relationships that we are referring to. Read more>>

Team “Private Practice”

September 23, 2014 |by Carrina Hampton

Relationship therapy may address communication skills and moods, work with accusations, focus on conflict facilitation and resolution, as well as create opportunities for learning and growing in relationship to self and others.
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The Stages, Phases and Grief of Parenting (S)

by Carrina Hampton

The transition into parenthood and the stages along the way are broadly acknowledged. We have countless books, parenting courses and far too many opinion-giving people on the streets. But what about the transition into parenting an adult? Read more>>

Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

by Carrina Hampton

I was raised with regular references to ‘self-fulfilling prophecies’, meaning that essentially if you believe it will happen then it will – because you will take action in that direction. Read more>>

The Icing on the Cake in Good times

by Carrina Hampton

The people that surround us in Blended Families really are the icing on the cake in the good times, and the glue that holds us together in the bad. Read more>>

Parenting with Seven Children & How do we do it

by Carrina Hampton

I was asked tonight about parenting 7 children and how we do it. So, I thought I would share my response. Read more>>

Different kinds of privilege

by Carrina Hampton

The privilege that comes from a safe childhood and the knowing that ones family is always a safe place to fall. Even as adults knowing that you can return ‘home’ to mum, dad, grandparents or siblings no matter what the issue. Read more>>

Mindset / Consciousness we hold about Family

by Carrina Hampton

I have been exploring mindsets/consciousness lately, especially as it applies to opening yourself up to the things you want in life. Read more>>