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Divorced – and shit at it Book

Posted on February 28th, 2017 Divorced – and shit at it

I launched my Naked Divorce business on the back of my first book ‘Naked Divorce for women’ written over five years ago Since then the business has grown and grown, and I’m delighted, and blessed to have been able to touch so many people’s lives as they wrestle with the chaos, despair and trauma of […]

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Change- 'change'

Posted on September 23rd, 2016 Change- ‘change’

You have to accept what you can’t change… and change what you can’t accept How much time did you waste in your last relationship, just hoping that your partner would change? And how much time did you waste complaining about the situation – but doing nothing about it? Perhaps you stayed with your ex for […]

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Have You Breached Your Personal Integrity?

Posted on March 4th, 2015

Giving your word to something is SACRED. Your word is who you are. When you make promises you cannot keep, you are plagued by guilt. We all are. If things aren’t working out in your life and everything seems to be going wrong then it’s not weird karma or voodoo – it’s because you’ve breached […]

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Stop Saying ‘I’m Fine’ When You’re NOT

Posted on October 22nd, 2014

Are you always saying “I’m fine” and resisting support? It’s so interesting that the people who struggle the most and need the most help in life usually don’t see it. They’re the people who push help and support away. They think needing support is weakness. That even admitting you need help is weakness. Do you know […]

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How to support someone going through a divorce or break-up

Posted on February 19th, 2012 How to support someone going through a divorce or break up

Watching some go through trauma can be traumatic in itself. So how do we support someone going through the trauma of divorce or a break-up? In this article am not going to handle divorce from the point of view of the person going through the divorce but from the point of view of a supportive friend, colleague […]

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