Embedding our precious memories

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Can you remember when you last held your baby in your arms, the feel of them, their smell, their sounds? Our children grow so quickly. While we have a loving, tender memories of them when they are babies over time those memories become something we are looking at, from a distance. As a new mum we can recall these memories and feelings easily but as the years progress they become distant and fade. We remember […]

So you cheated, now what?

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So you cheated on your partner, now what? You can’t change it or take it back. Do you tell your partner or not? Was it a mistake? Should you leave or stay? These are the questions I get asked by people that have cheated on their partners. From both men and women (did you know the statistics tell us that almost the same amount of women cheat as men?). For some cheating was a huge […]

How does our Relationship affect our Health

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The was a recent groundbreaking study examining relationships and health outcomes of couples over a 20-year span. These results may surprise some. This study included how several factors link relationship quality with our health outcomes. The study looked at data from 1995 through to 2011, using several thousand participants. They looked at people who were married or in a long-term relationship. The study found a connection between positive health outcomes with good relationship quality and […]

Arranging Finances after Separation

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Arranging Finances after Separation. Once you and your partner have made that decision to separate, there are a few first priorities you need to do. Issues to sort after separating often involve your money and finances. The finances are what takes the largest hit and causes the biggest threat, it is what can escalate conflict. If you can make an effort to discuss this issue logically to avoid the emotional amplification, you are both better off. […]