Category Archives: Counselling

Getting ready to sail again

Juliet died six years ago today. This is an extract from a book called “Life Lessons: Things I Wished I’d Learned Earlier” by Lesley Garner: Don’t expect to go from shock and misery to happiness overnight. depending on how deep … Continue reading

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Unicorns don’t exist

Today’s title is taken from a piece by the comedian Isy Suttie that appeared in today’s Guardian: I sent it to my girls: I’m concerned they don’t talk about their mum much/at all/to me. In my work as a counsellor … Continue reading

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Skies have fallen

“We’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen” – DH Lawrence Three years since Juliet died. In some ways it has gone very quickly, in others it seems a lifetime. And life pre-illness, Easter 2009, is over … Continue reading

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