20th October 2019
A broken heart (c) KarinSieger.com
Coping with loss

How to mend a broken heart

2nd August 2019 Karin Sieger

A broken heart can hurt like no other pain, and it can be hard to mend. Some people can live with a broken heart all of their life, others find it near impossible. The impact can be emotional and [READ MORE]

Why the most important friendship is with you (c) KarinSieger.com
Family & Relationships

Why the most important friendship is with you

20th June 2019 Karin Sieger

Friendships come in many shapes and sizes, are short or long, continuous, start and stop and resume. The most important friendship is the one least acknowledged and often the hardest to achieve and maintain. Why? Important friendships are rare. [READ MORE]

My ex and I (c) KarinSieger.com
dear karin

My ex and I – What do we want?

16th June 2019 Karin Sieger

In my advice column #DearKarin I offer to help with some questions and dilemma’s. Today’s question is about getting back together with an ex.   If you would like to submit a question for my #DearKarin column, then please [READ MORE]

When childhood memories still hurt (c) KarinSieger.com
Family & Relationships

Childhood Memories That Still Hurt Today

1st April 2019 Karin Sieger

Childhood memories can vary. There are plenty or few. We may welcome them or avoid them. They can be uplifting or shatter our spirit. Whatever our age, some childhood memories can still feel painful and real. What to do? “What is your [READ MORE]

Coping with difficult family gatherings (c) KarinSieger.com
Family & Relationships

Family events – a survival guide

30th March 2019 Karin Sieger

Family events can be fun, sad or difficult. How to prepare for difficult family occasions and avoid conflict? Family events – formal, informal, family celebrations, Bank Holidays, Festive Seasons, religious celebrations, funerals, Sunday lunch, just dropping by – take your pick. [READ MORE]

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