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 […]
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 […]
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.
Do you want to avoid having kids who are stressed, anxious, upset and conflicted?
Would you like your kids to feel as secure, supported and happy as possible during this time of transition?
Do you want to experience less stressful days, move on and settle into your new circumstances faster?
Divorce is an incredible opportunity to powerfully demonstrate particular beliefs about the world, how things work and what is possible to your children. What is it that you would like to demonstrate to your children? Do you want children who believe that when a marriage ends it is a painful experience, ? Do you want children who know that when life doesn’t go to plan you can adapt and move on to the next wonderful thing?
Are you feeling like you are lost and unable to move forward with your life? Are you struggling with the dilemma of choosing to stay or choosing to leave? Is your marriage unfulfilling and lacking life and lustre.
This is the first in a series of posts by K.M Harris who is an aspiring Writer from New Zealand with connections to the Ngapuhi tribe, and tribes in the Bay of Plenty and East Coast regions. ‘Real experiences from real people’ is the kind of writing she enjoys producing and ‘reality reads’ is what […]
My parents separated when I was 19, Dad moved on with his new lady, I saw him twice over the next 20 years. He passed away unexpectedly and when we asked his ‘wife’ if we could have his photos she declined. I have two photos of my dad, no family photos including photos of my […]
If you are in the early phases of separation there will be some people you want to keep close by your side and there will be others that will no longer be a part of your life. Everyone will have an opinion on what you should do, what they really thought of your partner and […]
Guest Post By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT We all know divorce is tough on families. Everyone is affected, especially the children. In most cases, the older the children, the more complex the reaction and more difficult the adaptation. There are many reasons why. Older children have a longer history in the former family unit, regardless of […]
I’m sure that most women have experienced both the power and the pain of women in different groups they belong to, whether that’s a social or a business networking group. Let’s start by looking at the Divorced Women’s Club Members Lounge. This group definitely falls in the ‘power of a group’ category and like many […]