Do You Feel Lonely?

Being alone and feeling lonely are different things. Those who are alone don’t automatically feel lonely. There are lots of people who are single and live alone who are perfectly happy with life that way.

BUT – You don’t have to be alone to feel lonely. If you are in an unhappy relationship and/or feel disconnected with the people in your life, you could feel very lonely. Many of my clients tell me how lonely they have felt in their..

Do You Have Trouble Letting Go?

One of my friends told me that she has realised she has a history of hanging on to things she cares about for the good bits, even when they are no longer working.

I think there are lots of us who will be able to relate to this. Letting go is tough.

It can be uncomfortable and often not what we wanted.

We may have wanted things to turn out differently so we cling on or perhaps things have become..

What Are the Different Types of Counselling? – Hear from a therapist…

In Part 1, experienced therapist Wendy Capewell set out the benefits of counselling. Here in Part 2, she will explain the different types of counselling techniques available…

“So let’s now look at some of the many types of therapies out there. I am not going to go through them all as there are a vast number and some are very similar and overlap.  If you want to find out more then you will find a link at the end of..

What Are the Benefits of Counselling During Divorce?

Whilst my work as a divorce consultant does include providing emotional support to my clients, I am not a therapist. And when I recognise that a particular client requires specialist help, I recommend they seek support from a qualified counsellor.

It is important to me that my clients have a good support team around them whilst they navigate through their divorce. This includes having the right professionals in place to help with particular issues.

Wendy Capewell is an experienced relationship..

How A Divorce Consultant Can Help: Read Mrs T’s Story

When you are considering divorce it can be difficult to know where to turn.

You may have lots of concerns and questions about what your options are and what you should be thinking about.

You may not feel ready to speak to a solicitor. I work with lots of clients at this stage.

Read Mrs T’s story to find out how I helped her…

What was going on for you that prompted you to get in touch with..

Advice From A Divorce Solicitor About Getting A “Prenup”

A “prenup” (also known as a pre-nuptial agreement or pre-marital contract) is an agreement entered in to by a couple prior to their marriage to set out the arrangements as to what is to happen should their marriage end in a divorce.

Prenups are not currently legally binding in England and Wales.

However, a judge is likely to take a prenuptial agreement into account when considering a divorce case and is likely to uphold it, as long as certain safeguards..

How A Divorce Consultant Can Help: Mrs H’s Story

 

Mrs H kindly agreed to answer some questions about the work we have been doing together and her journey so far, which we hope will help explain how working with a divorce consultant can help before and during your divorce.

Her name is disguised and I have not used her photo, to protect her identity.

 

Here is Mrs H’s story in her own words….

What was going on for you that prompted you to get in..

How Money Issues Can Cause Problems in Relationships

 

On Wednesday 22nd March 2017, The Times published an interesting article discussing the findings of research done by three charities in to the main cause for relationship problems.

The results of the research showed that “money worries were the reason most commonly cited by couples for strains on relationships”. To read the full article click here.

This is a very interesting topic and I was given the opportunity to be interviewed on TalkRadio about the article to give my..

How To Approach Valentine’s Day When You’re Single or Going Through Divorce

I’ve never been the greatest fan of Valentine’s Day. It’s a strange concept to choose just one day to celebrate your love for your partner. It’s as if making a fuss of them on 14th February makes up for not showing your love on the other 364 days of the year. I have even heard some even say that it’s a good opportunity to bank some brownie points in your relationship, so it lets them off the hook for..

What to Consider When Moving In With Your Partner

It is very common for couples to live together before (or instead of) getting married. It is important to think with your head as well as your heart before planning to move in with your partner.

Both parties need to be to be smart about their finances. This avoids falling into problems later on if the worst happens and the relationship fails.