Expert mindset advice, and practical tips, so you can navigate your divorce, get the most out of your mind and move on to lead a full and happy life.
Looking after your mind is critical especially at a time like this when you have big decisions to make that will affect yours and your children's future. Learn how to get the most out of it and be your best when you need it most.
Making the decision to divorce is not easy nor one to take lightly. As someone who specialises in helping people successfully navigate divorce and establishing a healthy co-parenting relationship, and having been divorced myself, I understand how you are feeling and have been where you are now. Here are the red flags to look for if you think your marriage might be over.
Divorce has always been associated with failure, that stigma is still felt today. But where did it come from and what can we learn from the past that will enable us to build a better future one that celebrates a successful divorce as much as a marriage.
Why do I do what I do? Born into a blended family and a divorcee myself, I believe the two situations are related. The impact of my own experience has led me to the career I have today, this is my story.
If you don't know what you want but you know you are not happy with where you are, this is a great exercise for helping you work out what it is you're REALLY wanting. Only then can you focus on it and create the action to make it happen.
Often people can’t tell the difference between brands, there is a massive difference between Chanel Gucci Fendi and Givenchy. In a similar vein, a question I am often asked is what is the difference between coaching and therapy.
Fear of failure and public opinion is creating a negative mindset. To change the impact of divorce on families today (and for future generations) we need to change the stigma.
When we are stressed, we often let our own mental self-care slip. Here is my daily routine for getting the most out of your best asset when you need it most so you can move on and create a life you love.
We're constantly being told that divorce is traumatic, stressful, expensive, and painful. But what if there is another way? What if you could do this in a respectful way, and one which allows your family to thrive afterwards?
Finding a way to successfully co-parent is crucial for your kids development and your own mental wellbeing, after all your ex isn't going anywhere.
Divorce is a major transformation. Major transformation provides an opportunity to change and grow. It will make you reflect, question and reevaluation what you want. This is a great exercise for figuring out what you want in your life, assessing the gap, and coming up with actions to close that gap in five simple steps. As discussed on BBC 5 live.
None of us has had an easy time riding the emotional "corona"-coaster over the last 4 months. To help you get back on track here are some of my top tips on how to take care of your mind and wellbeing during this time.
Sleep is vital for our wellbeing but also our minds ability to perform and function, enabling us to face any challenges that come our way. Here are my top tips for how to get a good night's sleep, so you can be your best.
Selfcare has never been more important. Here are some of my top tips on how you can take care of yourself and nourish your mind so you can be your best at this time.
Here are some of my tips on how you can take care of and reignite your relationship during this time.
The pressures of confinement coupled with trying to balance our work and home life are challenging to say the least.
Despite the chaos and uncertainty around us, we still have a choice.
It's an opportunity to spend quality time as a family and get creative with some indoor games.
Have you ever had that feeling you don't know as much as everyone else?
Nichole helped me to focus on my immediate needs and taught me about other areas in my life that could be more balanced.