Emerging from the mayhem
I've never heard of anyone that's planned to go through the trauma of divorce, yet it’s something that life threw at more than 106,000 couples in 2016* alone. Divorce is unfortunately a fact of life. More often than not, the word 'divorce' stirs up a host of negative emotions: guilt, shame, anxiety, grief... However, there can and should be an equal and opposite reaction - this is where I can step in and help you to 'emerge from the mayhem'. Read on to discover how I can help you to become the best version of you.
*Source: Office for National Statistics
Stop the negative cycle
Keeping tight-lipped about divorce perpetuates the negative feelings, creating an endless cycle of negativity - which then prevents you from moving forward, or as I say 'emerging from the mayhem'. This is the key to not creating additional suffering whilst going through turbulent circumstances.
One of my aims is to help you to move forward positively and see this as an opportunity to change your life for the better. Whilst divorce can be incredibly traumatic at the time, I believe that you can use it as a catalyst to creating a positive life, move forward and change your life for the better.
Whether your divorce is amicable or fraught with conflict, it can be an incredibly isolating and confusing time. The feelings can often be likened to those of bereavement - indeed it's true that you are grieving for the future you thought you were going to have. Maybe you have never had to organise your finances before, have taken a career break to care for children yet need to get back to work, still consider your ex-partner's reactions to your actions, or maybe you just have no idea how to live as a single person. I can help you out of this rut - and stop reproducing the past in your future.
Your positive future
My aim is to help you to become the mistress or master of your own destiny - and to stop you from perpetuating the pain and discomfort that you experienced during divorce. With my help you can become pro-active and make your life, feelings and well-being a priority - as opposed to being reactive and feeling like the victim. You can change yourself and not others in the way you react and understanding life from different perspectives. As you change others will change around you
"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, “I'm possible”! "