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Category: Divorce Healing

Here’s How to Know if Your Divorce is the Right Call

Posted on September 27th, 2020 Naked-Divorce-Why-It-Works

Let’s face it. If you’re reading this, chances are your marriage is already past the point of salvaging. Perhaps you’re already separated. Perhaps you’ve even started divorce proceedings but are still torturing yourself with thoughts that it was the wrong decision – or that your ex will still see sense and come back to you. […]

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What You Didn’t Know About the Seven Stages of Grief

Posted on August 15th, 2020

Grieving is a natural reaction; it’s the way that we process the loss of something or someone important to us. The most common grief we experience is when we have lost a loved one; this could be through death or a breakup/divorce. It’s how we process an exceptional and devastating change in our lives and […]

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4 Tips on Feeling Your Best After Divorce

Posted on February 11th, 2020

The end of a marriage can be a tricky and emotionally draining period in anyone’s life but it should not be what defines you. Although divorce can feel like an end, it can also symbolize new beginnings. So, it’s time to embrace your new reality and make this an uplifting experience!  If you’re struggling to […]

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How do I co-parent with a narcissistic ex?

Posted on March 14th, 2019 Co-parenting with narcissist

So first things first, there are several things that really, really work… So it’s important to kind of understand and do a little bit of research around narcissism so that you can kind of be clear on the strengths and weaknesses of that kind of personality. The text below is a direct transcription from the […]

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Getting Over the Divorce Heartbreak – 7 Tips

Posted on March 13th, 2019 Get over divorce heartbreak

When you got married, you had your whole life ahead of you and now that your marriage is ending, the pain is immeasurable. Whether you were married for five months or 50 years, losing someone you thought you would be with forever is a tough pill to swallow. Divorce can trigger terrible emotions. Stress, nausea, […]

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The big secret to getting over divorce fast

Posted on January 11th, 2018

Ever notice how when you focus on something with intention, intensity and full concentration it gets done quicker? This is why classroom trainings over a few days are more effective than distance learning over six months. When you take your time, sometimes you focus on the subject and sometimes you don’t, so ultimately getting the […]

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Are You a Therapy Junkie?

Posted on September 4th, 2016 Are You a Therapy Junkie?

Recently I had a client in her 60s (I’ll call her Tammy) who had spent 12 long years in therapy, trying to figure out what was wrong with her and searching for ways to improve. Tried everything Tammy had tried every self-help, positive thinking, mind-opening, behaviour-correcting course you can think of. Psychotherapy? Check! Gestalt Therapy? […]

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What is the Naked Divorce program?

Posted on April 7th, 2015

In this video I would like to explain you a little bit more about our program. It’s a structured approach to healing from divorce, which helps you navigate through the divorce healing steps, find the source of your divorce and bring about lasting improvements to your emotional life. Hope you enjoyed it! If you have any […]

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Handling the Aftermath of Divorce – a 2 hour radio interview

Posted on January 22nd, 2012

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: […]

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Why therapy doesnt always work for everyone and what you should do about it!

Posted on December 28th, 2011

Now that I have stuffed myself full of mince pies and Christmas cheer – I think the time for jollyness has passed. I am in that place called the CRIMBO LIMBO – that weird Bermuda triangle time between Christmas and new year. It’s a time of reflection and – dare I say it – a […]

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