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When a Past Relationship Gets in the Way of Happiness

40 to 50% of marriages now end in divorce

Every romantic relationship brings with it hopes, dreams and expectations.  If the relationship ends or changes; these hopes dreams and expectations can be crushed.

This is why it’s so important to complete what was emotionally unfinished in your last relationship so you don’t take it into your next one.

If you think your past relationship getting in the way of your current one, contact me.  The Grief Recovery Method® helps you to move on from unsuccessful past relationships making room for the love of your life

Decluttering and Bereavement

I'm delighted that this month's blog comes from a colleague of mine, Judith Morris from Organised Chaos. Judith tackles the sensitive subject of clearing out personal possessions following bereavement. You can find more information about Judith's services on www.judithmorris.co.uk or you can contact her directly on 01327 705294 or mobile 07850 580802

Rebuilding a Life with Chronic Illness

Being diagnosed with a chronic long term illness is a loss in itself, the loss of health.  This in turn can lead to many other small losses which may feel hard to take.  Accepting the limits which may have been enforced on you by a chronic condition is key to rebuilding your life successfully.  Without this you could spend so much time and energy wishing it were different or fighting your condition.  I write this with a wry smile on my face.  Why? Because I have personal experience of this and I know how difficult that can be.

Why You Don't Need to ‘Get Rid’ of Your Grief

Clients who come for coaching following the death of a loved one often have the expectation that they will ‘get rid’ of the many uncomfortable feelings and emotions they are experiencing. They are surprised when I encourage them to make temporary friends with their grief.