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I have been devoting quite a bit of time to my new blog lately. There is a lot going on and I’m posting daily. Eventually, when I see how its going, I may combine my two blogs (this one and that on). For the time being it would be great if you could sign up to singlesessiontherapy.com to keep in touch with what I’m doing.

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Free Stress Reduction

There is something on the horizon. We all see it every day, but mostly we keep our eyes lowered. The something that we all see but many would prefer to avoid noticing is the common-sense dictum that taking time for ourselves, outside, is essential to both short- and long-term wellbeing and health. Whether it is […]

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Adjusting to a New Reality for The Sake of the Children

Most people adjust to the ‘new reality’ eventually, when children are involved we have an obligation to do it sooner, rather than later.

It’s curious, that when grown-ups are angry they are told they are acting like children, and when children are angry, they are often told to “grow up.”

Dealing with the emotional aftermath of separation or divorce is unfathomably difficult, but however tough it is, part of the parental contract means that we will sometimes need to act like responsible adults, even though we don’t want to.

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Difficult Behaviour? My Online Course is Free

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You have just SEVEN DAYS to grab your free place on my course on handling difficult behaviour. This only available to my subscribers, so I hope you can take advantage of the offer.

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How to be more Resilient

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Understand the steps to resilience and you can develop the ability to cope with problems and setbacks with less stress and more confidence.
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