Posted on 5 September 2015 at 5:27 am.
This is a blog to thank Susan for reminding me of what I knew and had forgotten – doh!
Chunking is a concept from Neuro Linguistic Programming to help us get things done.
Chunking up is when we make the job, challenge, concept or task bigger by combing it or exaggerating it in order … Read more
Posted on 7 December 2014 at 8:09 pm.
I’m in the middle of writing my next book which is about how to make the best of the end of a relationship whether it is ending through divorce, separation or bereavement (they are more similar than you might think).
As you know, I’m divorced and I know lots of people who are also divorced. …
biology, children, death, divorce, evolution, fertility, friends, hertosexual, homsexual, intimacy, kids, parents, relationships, split, support, women
Posted on 22 November 2014 at 8:42 pm.
Remember that song:
More More More (or am I showing my age here? The video is so 70s it will make you laugh and cringe)
One of the pieces of feedback I got from the blog about contentment was how easy it is to keep looking for more, rather than being content with what we …
appreciation, bankrupcy, children, connection, death, depression, depth, divorce, kids, life, love, more, people, place, stress, want, wanting
Posted on 5 July 2014 at 10:31 pm.
My former therapist used to say ‘when someone starts talking about money, food or sex, pay attention, because they’re really talking about love.
See what you think? I think it definitely tells us something about what we value and where we invest in ourselves and others.
I went on a splurge this week which is …
Posted on 9 October 2013 at 9:27 pm.
Where have I been since the summer?
I haven’t written anything or created anything and have only had energy for doing the things which need doing. I’ve felt tired, energy-less and not very hopeful about anything, which is unusual for me.
I hit a sad place when I came back from
Kalikalos in Greece. … Read more
bereavement, counselling, death, divorce, family, lonely, Philip Larkin, Portia Nelson, sad, team, therapy