Do you often feel let down or undermined by your partner? Like they’re deliberately trying to wind you up or push your buttons? Do you find yourself lashing out? Shouting? Swearing at them? Treating them in ways you never could have imagined you would when you first fell in love? If so, it sounds like… Read More
To celebrate, here’s a spooktastic and fact-filled infographic from our team!
Inspired by this article I recently read at MindBodyGreen, I started to think about all the things our body can say about us. While that article primarily focuses on health issues that can be indicated by various physical signs, I started to think about the things our bodies say about us, and more importantly, about… Read More
I want to ask you something. And I want you to answer honestly. How many times this week have you mentally replayed a fight that you had with your ex? Maybe not an actual fight – maybe you pictured what you would, or should, have said to them? A confrontation you never had? The killer… Read More
See below for the latest publication about our very own, Tantrum Club! (Click to download full resolution PDF edition)
Disney has a lot to answer for when it comes to preparing kids for real life. Stories about falling in love always end with “I do” – but we all know that’s where the hard work begins.
Relationships need nurture and care. Not just in the first flush of romance. Not just when you’re falling in love. Not just on your honeymoon.
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I’m excited to announce that both my new book Naked Divorce for Men and an updated edition of my best-selling Naked Divorce for Women book are now available! Click to Choose Your Edition: Women’s or Men’s To make this a total no-brainer, and so you can get the benefits of this great book right… Read More
Is your Facebook feed a constant stream of fascinating “realisations” and affirmations about your feelings and place in the world? Is your free time dedicated to self-pampering and “time for yourself” because, hey, you’re worth it? When you pick up the phone to call your friends, is it to see how they’re doing – or… Read More
Ever noticed how people have a tendency to define themselves – and others – by their emotions? He’s an angry man. She’s such a happy child. She’s a jealous girlfriend. … What a cry-baby. But your emotions aren’t your identity, or even your personality. They’re chemicals that our body releases in response to physical stimuli,… Read More