The 4 Trauma Response Types: Explained

You may have heard the term “fight or flight” to describe how people respond when faced with potential danger and harm. They could either fight or flee – in either case, the response to stress prepares the body to react to danger, even if it’s imaginary. There...

Understanding The Drama Triangle

The victim/drama triangle was originally conceived by Dr Karpman as a way of visually displaying the complex interaction that occurs between people in pathological conflict. The triangle is a simple tool for conceptualising the dynamics of dysfunctional roles in...

Vulnerability: Your Ultimate Strength

As humans, we are built to connect. It’s the art of being open and transparent that helps people relate to us. I am a true advocate for encouraging vulnerability, so much so that I believe it’s the power of vulnerability that can end global poverty and end wars...