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How a Personal Ritual Helps with Loss, Change and Growth

Keeping separation and loss alive can be more damaging in the long term than the events themselves. There's merit in the idea that while we should rightly honour the past, we must also be willing to welcome the future. A ritual can do both, simultaneously.

By |2022-01-24T07:34:42+00:00January 24th, 2022|Personal Development|0 Comments

Change and Uncertainty, Loss and Grieving

Whether it is unexpected, sudden, planned, welcome or unwelcome, change can be very de-stabilising. Whatever it is due to, when the circumstances of our lives are altered we need time to adapt. This is often where the difficulties arise because it is a time of uncertainty and uncertainty makes us feel uncomfortable. Although change can be abrupt, we may need time for the psychological adaptation – transition from one part of our lives to the next – to happen. Be patient and go with the flow.

By |2020-01-10T15:27:38+00:00January 10th, 2020|Personal Development|0 Comments

Soulmates Are Forever, Right?

Adapting to change can be a shock to the system, and It takes time. You can't set a timetable – everyone adapts differently – but usually a few months or a couple of years are enough for someone to start living comfortably with 'the new reality', and re-building a life. In this case, it's a divorce, but whatever the change, we all manage the process in our own way. It helps to have insight, to be honest with oneself, and to accept. But occasionally people get stuck. It's a doubly...

By |2019-04-12T21:16:14+00:00April 12th, 2019|Blog, Relationships|3 Comments

3 Ways to Save a Failing Relationship

Human beings are naturally altrusitic, but when it comes to our personal relationships we can be petty, pernickity and petulant. And that's often the undoing of us. Some relationships are made to fail, and others should never get off the ground. Most hit rough water at some point; it is how they are tested and strengthened. If you value yours but it is struggling, remember that you have to invest in it. If a relationship is worth saving it is worth working at, even though sometimes you might not feel...

By |2018-04-07T19:30:04+00:00April 7th, 2018|Blog, Relationships|0 Comments

Who Does Personal Consulting Help?

Who does Personal Consulting help? There's no single type of person who comes to see me, but there are some common factors. One of these is that people who seek professional help recognise that something must change, and they're prepared to do something about it. Another common factor is their stamina and resilience, though often they don't see it like that, at first.

By |2016-10-18T22:45:42+00:00October 18th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Who Does Personal Consulting Help?


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