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Taming the Devil Inside

Taming The Devil Inside.   Over the last six months, my team and l have been working with Katie.  Katie has lived in the same house with her husband for the past thirty years, and the couple has two adult daughters together.  They have had a turbulent relationship,...

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How the F&#k Will I Survive?

Have you sat there, with this feeling of worry? How the F&#k will I survive? Survive Separation with my top tips. Don’t know about you but l knew l needed to move on, it was time, nothing was going to change and if anything l felt like l had tossed the situation...

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Fundamentals of LOVE

‘Love is like a jar of jelly beans: overflowing, sweet, bright and beautiful.’ My mum  As a little girl, I always loved fairy tales – I wanted my happily ever after.  Then, as a young teenager, I remember my mum and I having a conversation about what love was.  And...

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An Angel Came To Me in My Dreams

Can you pinpoint the moment you knew everything was going to change?      At some stage, you get to the point of no return. When the words are said, and you cannot take them back or forget you heard what you heard. Sometimes the venom in how the words are delivered is...

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3 Sorts of Divorce Dilemmas

Before even considering contact a lawyer, it is important to understand which of the following categories you relationship breakdown falls into. The reason being is how you act and respond to your partner because of the hurt and emotions of the initial breakup and how it all plays out. This experience will leave you hurt like never before and thinking differently could save you time, money and emotional turmoil. Which will directly help you heal and ultimately move on.

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Corporate to Centrelink After 2 Decades of Marriage.

This week I have been introduced to a lovely woman. A woman and mother, who is caring, intelligent, articulate, smart and was completely unprepared for what has occurred in her life.  Let’s call this woman Jane. Jane could be any one of us. She went to school and is highly educated. She had good jobs and was employed at a management level. Jane did contribute to society and to those around her. She got married to the man of her dreams and had children, from the outside everything looked NORMAL.

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The 8 Lessons Learnt from Divorce to Limit Grief & Save Money

When your life starts down the road of relationship separation and ultimate divorce proceedings, there is no rule book or method which can be followed to prevent us from making mistakes. Dealing with women every day who are emotional and unsure of what lays ahead I have put together a list of issues which may arise. (From a female perspective.)

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