Category Archives for "Bach Flower Remedies"

Caring For The Aging

Bach Flowers can help you caring for the aging (Part 1.  Part 2 next week) Caring for the aging is a difficulty job.  However, can I tell you, from experience, getting old is not for sissies!  It takes a lot of courage to keep going when your body and your mind don’t respond as you […]

Bach Flowers. How to deal with difficult teenagers

Growing up is hard for teenagers.   Not only are they trying to find their way in life – leaving childhood behind and trying to make sense of becoming an adult: dealing with raging hormones – and they have to deal with nagging and angry parents who don’t understand! Its hard going for teenagers – but […]

Bach Blog. Despair and Depression

Despair and Depression seem to have affected so many since Covid-19 and lock-down.  It seems, generally, to be prevalent in our society today.  Apparently 1 in 4 people suffer from these dreadful feelings.  That’s terrible. MIND (a mental health charity) are very active with helping those who are facing burnout, collapse, despair and such debilitating illnesses like […]

Bach Flowers. Virtual Coffee and Fascinating Conversation

Fascinating conversation Imagine you and I are sitting chatting with our virtual coffee.  Wouldn’t we have a fascinating conversation. What questions would you ask me?  What do you want to know about Bach Flower Remedies? I asked the same of my Bach Flower Facebook Group, and here are two of their questions that I think […]

How to help children with Bach Flower Remedies

Life has been trauma chaos for all of us and mother’s have been together with their children continuously without the normal activities of others to play with at the park and at play-group.  This makes it very hard on mothers and children.  As we know, we miss the contact of others, and young toddles are […]

Bach Blog. 2 Stories of Duty and Responsibility

2 stories of duty and responsibility At sometime in our lives we all have to do our duty and accept some responsibility for something and often we’re OK with that.  But sometimes we’re not happy about it, and duty turns into a heavy responsibility.  The two stories in today’s blog talk of duty and obligation (and […]

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