Maya Angelou, Barbara and Emile
Maya Angelou died today and I feel sad.
Barbara Mainwaring died a week ago and I feel sad.
Emile Van Dantzig died a couple of weeks ago and I feel sad.
I’m guessing you will know Maya Angelou, but you might not know Emile or Barbara. So let me tell you a bit about them.… Read more
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.
Death, dying and the family
Before I left for Greece, I went out for a walk today with Lyn from the village and we talked about death and dying…and laughed a lot.
Which for some people might seem weird.
Lyn’s sister Jane died of breast cancer 8 years when only in her 30s and now her mum’s been told that … Read more
Coaching for Adults and Children Going Through Divorce and Separation
I just love it when Life takes a lead!
Although I’ve years of experience of training, facilitating, coaching and supporting, business and how to tell people about what I do is all new to me and something I get support with.
Once a fortnight I get some great coaching from Angela and last time … Read more
Looking After Your After Divorce or Separation (and all the time in fact!)
Hello and Happy February,
It’s half term for us here and so we’re catching up with friends and chilling out. It’s lovely to see my eldest sitting with his nose in a book and the youngest is playing imaginary Lego games as I type! Domestic harmony (oh that it were always thus!)
Someone was talking … Read more
Divorce and Separation
I’ve spent a lot of time recently with women who are going through divorces and separations, and I’ve been there myself.
What strikes me about all of us, is the way we are torn between doing what we know to be best for ourselves, and balancing that with what is best for the children. One … Read more