John Whelehan Therapeutic Counselling

Counselling Psychology in FULHAM & Epsom

We all decry prejudice, yet we are all prejudiced. – Herbert Spencer
Last week, while sitting at my desk, I heard a knock at the door. The building where I work houses various projects, fostering occasional visits from colleagues. However, my desk faces away from the door, making it impossible for me to identify the person knocking. After a quick mental rundown of possibilities, I deduced that […]
I’m not crazy about reality, but it’s still the only place to get a decent meal – Groucho Marx
Navigating the Social Media Landscape: Balancing Connection and Authenticity In the early 2000s, platforms like Myspace and Friends Reunited introduced us to a novel concept – reconnecting with old friends and acquaintances online. Fast forward to today, and social media has seamlessly woven itself into the fabric of our lives, shaping a global culture unlike […]
Soil that is dirty grows the countless things. Water that is too pure has no fish. – Hong Zicheng
"Soil that's dirty grows countless things; water that's too pure has no fish," as Hong Zicheng wisely stated. This metaphor, while possibly offering practical advice on aquatics, struck me with its broader implications this morning during my children's swimming lessons. While chatting with another parent by the pool, my two other children were happily running […]
Raise your words, not voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder. – Jalal ad-Din Rumi
Hi there! This marks my inaugural post, and honestly, I'm not entirely sure where this journey will take us. The primary goal is to enhance my writing skills through consistent posting, but it begs the question: Who is the intended audience for this blog? Is it for the benefit of readers, real or perceived, or […]

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