Here is a blog written by my new friend Christina Rasmussen who has written an awesome book Second Firsts - if you loved Naked Divorce, you will love this book too.
ENJOY, here she writes in her own words…
I always believed that when we lose someone to divorce it is as if that person is dead for [...]
Learning how to move on from a break up can be tough. If it wasn’t your choice, or perhaps it happened in a painful way, it’s tempting to dwell on your ex and what they are doing. But this is damaging. It stops your emotional healing and prevents you from moving on. However, change can [...]
For many of us there is a moral dilemma with divorce: do we take the steps to move on or do we stay stuck and suffer? For some, moving on may feel ‘wrong’. Consider that if you are staying stuck in your pain, something else is going on – take a look at this video…
Music is – The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion.
Music is an incredible aspect of life that is quite often not recognised of it true potential and value it holds. According to an article on “Mail Online” Easy listening and [...]
Ever been stuck in a situation or a problem but not known how to get out of it? Life throws us lots of different hurdles and hiccups along the way and people disappoint us and we disappoint ourselves. But our biggest mistake is not when we first make that mistake, because our past can determine [...]
The NEVER-ENDING cost of therapy in healing from divorce
I was skimming through the web reading up on people testimonials on “Therapy” and came across one particular case, where a 39-year-old professional woman is being treated for major depression. She has been with the same therapist/psychologist for 9 years and has made progress, healing from childhood [...]
Learn all about…
Normal feelings after the humiliation of divorce and what to expect from family and friends
Talking over and over again to family and friends and the dangers of doing that
The problems associated with intellectualisation
The benefits of getting support elsewhere
Lots of hugs
Find out some great tips here, including:
Getting yourself sorted out first – get your past complete!
Sort out our ex hexes from way back in the past (do you get insecure, angry or crazy in relationships), if so find the source of your divorce here
Ponder the qualities of the person you want to date in the [...]
On Thursday 19th January, myself, divorce solicitor Kate Smith and Child specialist Stacey Hart, who runs workshops for kids going through impact of divorce had a 2 hour radio interview on ON FM’s Dream Corner show (101.4 FM) with Viv Oyolu. To listen to the show and find out times, go to www.dreamcorner.co.uk.
Listen here: THE AFTERMATH [...]
Between 32-55% of marriages end in divorce. Although this statistic is pretty dreadful, it’s a sad reality about marriages today.
The actual process of separating and divorcing is relatively straightforward, and it is possible for a couple to complete the task themselves without professional help, for a small sum of money in court fees. However, VERY [...]