I had so many opportunities but didn’t see them because I was too busy living my back up plan life
I am an accredited Coach with the IAPC&M and their Head of Professional Standards. I am also a qualified Social Worker and trained laughter workshop facilitator (yes there is such a thing) and have spent many years working in mental health and substance misuse services. I began my coaching journey after a significant turning point in my life. With an unhealthy lifestyle, unhappy at work and home, things looked bleak. A change in circumstance gave me the opportunity to train as a coach and my life has literally transformed. Since then I have ran 2 marathons, 3 half marathons, had two children, flown a plane, got a job promotion and is a ‘leading expert’ in bouncing around the room like an idiot most days. I love helping people to smash glass ceilings and believe #anythingispossible. People are doing extraordinary things daily and there is no reason why that cannot be YOU. If you are in need of a smashing good time and have stratospheric ambitions, then please get in touch
This article first appeared at www.northhousecoaching.com In a new relationship, saying I love you can be one of the most
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In the midst of hurt and pain of heartbreak, the last thing that you can imagine yourself doing is laughing and yet the benefits of doing so can be extraordinary because laughter is a natural healer. It boosts the production of serotonin, a natural anti-depressant in the body whilst also reducing the levels of stress hormones cortisol, dopamine and epinephrine.
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So, whether you are the initiator of the divorce, it has been a collaborative decision or you have been dealt the blow by your partner, divorce does not have to destroy you. On the contrary it can be a very cathartic experience (not necessarily pain free), if you are willing to engage in the process.
04/01/2017 10:56 GMT
Supporting someone through a Divorce can be a difficult process, as can supporting anyone through an emotional trauma. This is because everyone is different, so there is never a one size fits all approach.
09/12/2016 16:38 GMT
When you married your spouse, the idea was for better for worse, in sickness and in health, til death us do part and yet here you are, not dead and facing the prospect of divorce. The vows are for better for worse, but overcoming when your partner has cheated is a very difficult thing to do, even worse when the cheater does not want to be in the marriage.
27/10/2016 14:34 BST
I spend quite a significant amount of time with clients assuring them that they have more control of the outcome of the Divorce than they originally perceive. Many people come prepared for a fight and with that mind-set is exactly what they will get...
01/07/2016 16:40 BST
I honestly don't think people are intending to mess up their children when going through divorce and certainly if you are reading this then I applaud you for wanting to make the best out of a bad situation for your kids. However, 9 times out of 10, people mess up and the children are the ones who get the brunt of it. Here are some basic No-No's to avoid.
09/06/2016 11:50 BST
Getting divorced can knock you sideways emotionally, physically and mentally and make you feel like your world has turned upside down. You may also experience periods of depression or anxiety.
03/06/2016 18:49 BST
The hardest part of letting go of a relationship is actually accepting that you had a part to play in the demise of it. This may seem like a really difficult thing to do if you are in the early stages of a break up but it will be the most freeing thing you will do to move on.
27/04/2016 13:59 BST
Latest studies are confirming that social media is now being listed as one of the highest causes of divorce and how people are using social media to cope with marital breakdowns can also work against you.
14/04/2016 17:15 BST
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