Why Dads Matter in Divorce.

  I’m working with a very sad, distressed and rather defeated Dad going through a divorce and I have been supporting him by championing him, believing in him, and encouraging him to focus all his energy on not fighting the old, but on building the new. I simply ask the ‘better’ questions that help him […]

Divorce is messy.

Here is a recent Case Study: Sandra came to see me when she was 3 years into building her new life after her divorce but she was still traumatised by the financial meltdown her husband had left her in. She was still proving to herself that Mrs. Coker, her Maths teacher, was wrong when she […]

Divorce – Don’t Do It Alone

    We are Not Meant To Do It All By Ourselves Going through a divorce is painful, frightening and emotionally exhausting and making meaningful changes in our lives can be tough when we try to do it all by ourselves. We had dreams when we got married, we had a vision of how our […]

Companies must help workers depressed by divorce, Iain Duncan Smith says

I totally agree with pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith when he says businesses must be better at identifying people struggling with ‘family break up’ so they do not end up leaving work. Companies should intervene and help employees going through marital break ups  to prevent them ‘crashing out’ of work and ending up on benefits, Iain   Duncan […]