Author Archives: Jenny Smith

Feeling Like I Don’t Belong

The holiday period is over, kids back in school and most of us settling into our usual routines. I am back at work after a wonderful break in Noosa spending time with close friends and reconnecting with the things I loved to do when I live there a few years ago.  Early morning walks into Noosa […]

Post-Divorce Hilly: Why, Hello, Dahling!

I’m delighted to welcome Hilly as my Guest Blogger today.  Hilly responded to a Facebook post on the Divorced Women’s Club page by sharing the link to her article, this morning I took some time to read it, more than once 🙂 and I love it…….  I hope you enjoy her writing as much as […]

EMOTIONAL MASTERY

Emotional Mastery!!!! Is there really such a thing, are we able to be in control of our own emotions? Is it something ‘anyone’ can do? The answer is Yes! Before I go on and I will come back to this in another email, our emotions are there to serve us, they have a very real […]

WILL I STAY OR WILL I GO?

According to ‘statistics’ about 1/5th of all people in relationships can’t decide whether to stay or leave.  That’s 2 people in every 10 in a relationship are not sure whether they want to stay with their partner.  Now every relationship has it’s moments when things are pretty rocky, life, work, kids and unexpected events deal some […]

HINDSIGHT

I  was speaking to my daughter last night about the Steps To Separation Workshops we are running and she said she thought some people might be too embarrassed or ashamed to go along to a workshop either before they leave a relationship or in the early stages of separation.   And I get it! I didn’t […]

FINANCIAL ABUSE IN RELATIONSHIPS

I stumbled across this article by David Koch and I feel strongly that it is such an important discussion and needs to be shared.  Sadly what David speaks about in this article is far too common either because one party has placed all their trust in the other partner to manage the finances or as […]

ESTATE PLANNING FOLLOWING A RELATIONSHIP BREAKDOWN

Added to the complexities of the emotional, legal and financial issues associated with the end of a relationship the following article covers some very important information that may be overlooked by some people.

HOW DOES YOUR LANGUAGE INFLUENCE HOW YOU FEEL?

Using Perspective & Other Tools to Overcome Struggle. When you are struggling you want to know its part of the big plan. Our experts share practical ways to make that easier. Watch 8pm Tues 22 Sept www.soultv.com.au

ARE YOU SURRENDERING YOURSELF IN YOUR RELATIONSHIPS?

In most relationships, whether they be with a spouse, family and friends or work colleagues we compromise ourselves in some way, to either keep the peace, avoid confrontation or to be accepted, liked and even loved.