The new book by Delphi Ellis, Answers in the Dark, is now available to pre-order on Amazon.
Change that Lasts – A plan of action to create a safer world. ⚠️ Content warning, this article refers to male violence, femicide, domestic abuse and rape.
This is a conversation about women’s safety and male violence. And we should be able to have it. ⚠️ Content Warning: refers to domestic abuse, sexual violence and femicide.
Since the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak, people have been reporting that they’re remembering more vivid and disturbing dreams. According to the Lyon Neuroscience Centre’s research, our dream recall is up 35%. So what’s going on? Because many of us are working from home, avoiding the morning commute right now, we might be sleeping in aContinue reading “COVID Dreams”
I am a therapeutic counsellor, author and well-being trainer. I aim to help people find what I call their ‘mojo’ (feel-good energy or motivation) and get their sparkle back, often during or after a difficult time in their lives. You can find out more about my services here. My book Answers in the Dark: Grief,Continue reading “About Delphi”
Women often face challenges that are difficult to talk about in public because we’ve been trained – and shamed – to keep these conversations to ourself. Saying “I’ve got my period” for example is still taboo, and women and girls are suffering as a result. Research by Plan International UK shows that one inContinue reading “Let’s Talk Lady Business”
Dreams have been described as “the window in to our soul”, but is there any value in exploring them? The short answer is most definitely “yes”. Research shows that talking about a dream for approximately an hour “can result in “aha” moments for people”. We also know that during the pandemic, according to the LyonContinue reading “What’s in a Dream?”
Go Orange as part of the 16 Days of Action! From 25 November – the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women – to 10 December, Human Rights Day – the 16 Days of Action against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to make a stand to end violence against women and girlsContinue reading “16 Days of Action to Stop Violence Against Women”
Women are rising, our voices are being heard – so what happens next?
What is love anyway? Here’s some food for thought.