emma hogg, psychotherapist, malta, fibromyalgia, healing

How Trauma Triggered my Chronic Pain VLOG

In today’s vlog, I speak about how the chronic pain I’ve experienced for most of my life was triggered by traumatic events in my youth. I also speak about what’s happening on a physiological level when we experience trauma and how that contributes to chronic pain. Also, tips for getting the body and mind into a state where healing is possible.

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emma hogg, peter brincat, architect, psychologist, love

Pete and I work on our relationship VLOG // Arguments & Jellyfish Stings

Pete and I dedicate 5 days to deepening and strengthening our relationship by doing the Ultimate Relationship Program by Tony Robbins. We speak about what we really need from each other, how to courageously show up for each other and how to nurture a lasting sexual connection.

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emma hogg, a life i choose, joy

Why we’re not meant to be happy all the time

Ola my friends!

I hope you’ve had a joyful week!

This week’s video is a day-in-the-life kind of vlog, where after spending some fun time with my family I have a fibro flare-up and get into a bit of a funk. We chat about fibromyalgia, resiliency and what they mean to me, and why we’re not meant to be happy all the time because each emotion serves a vital purpose.

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emma hogg, melanie kelly, let's talk about sex, a life i choose, xfm100.2

How to prioritise love when you’re busy AF

This is a subject quite dear to my heart. With both Pete and I developing our own businesses, we’ve gone through phases of putting our relationship on the back-burner. This has been okay and even necessary at times, but whenever it’s gone on for too long, our sense of togetherness begins to take a hit.

I believe many people experience this in our day and age. We’re all busy – maxed out with never ending to-do-lists and working around the clocks. Taking our partners for granted is the easiest thing! We’re tired, and when we come home, we just want a break! But we’re deluding ourselves when we think that our relationships don’t deserve the same kind of energy and enthusiasm we present to the outside world.

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