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A Little About Me

I am your cheerleader, when you beat yourself up.

I’m the youngest of five siblings. I watched my four elder siblings go through dating, and I experienced it as a younger person. I dated plenty until I settled on one man, married, and later divorced. I returned to dating and as a result of that, I have all these skills because I recognise that people find it difficult. There are certain techniques and behaviours which dictate how people experience dating. 

You know that phrase about talking to yourself the way you talk to others? That applies to you, and I’ll help you improve your confidence so that you start doing that.

Life is too short to wallow in self pity.

It’s time to figure out what’s holding you back from getting what you want from life.

I’m a positive person, however I understand that some days are harder than others. Having traversed this country, I’ve learned to get through this and that and have skills which I can pass along to you.  

What I want for you is what you should want for you: a happy, healthy life, planning and achieving goals- getting what you want from life.

Learn to talk to yourself the way you  talk to others.

Through my work, I’ve learned that while lots of people are hiding behind their excuses, they’re looking for love, connection and the happiness they find in those things.
Alas, they often let their excuses get the better of them, and they push aside looking for love. Sometimes, by the time they come to this realisation, a lot of time has gone by, which makes it even harder to get what they want. Some of the things they once wanted, are now not possible.
I find that extremely heartbreaking, because I see them mourning a life they can no longer have, while trying to live the life they have now.
I help them through the realisation, and their next options, but my heart aches for them for not having been strong, brave, certain enough to go for it earlier.
Some of the circumstances in my l life have afforded me insight into how they might be feeling, and so I’m able to empathise with their plight, and help them to move forward, because I’ve done the same healing and work on myself that I help them to do.
You may recognise yourself in this, and if you do, and you’re ready to tackle the dreams of your heart, talk to me. I’ll put my heart and soul into healing yours, and helping you to move forward in your life.
Have a FREE 30 minute consultation with me. Book below or if you’re ready to commit to improving your life with a 1 hour session, you can book here.
Style your life and:- 
  • get yourself out of the job you hate 
  • do the things you want to do, rather than spending time alone
  • get what you want from life
Learn how to:- 
  • make friends 
  • create that family you want 
  • plan and achieve goals.  

You can also find me....

A topic which is in the news constantly, lately, is bullying. I had my say on the topic in this month’s Intimacy TV magazine, and provided 7 Tips to prevent bullying in your life, and your children’s lives. There are plenty of other great articles there, so check them out also.

One thing’s for sure, and that is that two people in the same conversation can have very different experiences from the encounter. Often, when I’m talking with mums, I walk away with an experience that I’m sure they didn’t plan on giving me. It was tough, telling it, but Intimacy TV magazine’s May edition gave me the opportunity, and so I’ve taken a big risk and shared my thoughts on The Mum Club. I also share my thoughts on writing it, here.

Sometimes, opportunities for knowledge expansion, and growth come from the most unlikely of places. This time I learned a lesson which came straight out of the mouths of babes as published in the April edition of Intimacy TV magazine.

If your inner romantic is sick of the lack of progress on the home front, are you considering playing an away game, to try to find love? Before you do, contemplate The Tyranny of Distance as seen in the March edition of Intimacy TV. Linger a little while, and check out the other articles!

Valentine’s Day is a very divisive occasion. Do you celebrate or not? Sometimes it’s an individual decision- and you might not be the one deciding. Everyone has an opinion of whether we even need this day. Here’s what I think of the Valentine’s Day Merry Go Round, as seen in the February edition of Intimacy TV. There are heaps of great articles, so hang around once you’re there.

New Year’s Resolutions- you either set them or you don’t. I have ways for you to get into the new year and get the most out of it with life changing results. Here’s how: Why New Year’s Resolutions Are a Waste of Time in January’s IntimacyTV. Check out the other great articles while you’re there!

Are you sick to death of being told to be grateful for what you have? Do you ever take time to contemplate what you’ve been through and celebrate your successes or those tiny moments in life? I do. Here’s how: The Modern Trinity: Reflection, Gratitude and Celebration as seen in IntimacyTV and make sure you check them out while you’re there.

Just like a lot of people out there, I’ve had health issues and I’ve shared my personal stories on a UK blog. Want to know more? Here’s how: Graves Disease – Australian Style!  If you want to know more about thyroid diseases, hang around and have a look.

Sooner or later, we all have to start over from something: a breakup, job we’ve left, whatever. Here’s how: Reclaim Your Personal Power as seen in IntimacyTV. While you’re there, have a look around!

It’s nearly Valentine’s Day and you’re probably wondering how you’re going to cope with yet another solo V-Day. Here’s how: How to Survive Valentine’s Day as a Single, as seen in IntimacyTV and make sure you check them out while you’re there.

Guys, it’s a big brave world, and it can be tricky to know if what you’re doing is working for you in the way you want. I have some tips and some ideas on what it takes to date successfully. Here’s how: Date Like A Successful Man as seen in The Successful Male, and you’ll find heaps of great info there too!