This female contributor lived with her partner. She was wakened in the night to find her boyfriend’s father in the house. He had been called by his son because his son was attempting suicide. Continue reading
A terrifying knife attack in her home.
This lady lived in South Africa for many years and was the target of a premeditated robbery. Continue reading
Redundancy and Industrial Tribunal “Following a very stressful two years, including a one year build up to the inevitable redundancy I was eventually made redundant from my job in June 2011…. Continue reading
Join my EFT Tapping group and ‘tap it off’
Where: Redhill Road, Rowlands Castle. Continue reading
Nutritional drinks, Clean 9 and EFT/Matrix Reimprinting all play their part in my weight loss programme. Continue reading
Hints and Tips; same message different delivery
Where do you vibrate on the Emotional Vibration Scale? A follow up blog to ‘Are you big enough to forgive?’
Are you in flow and feeling marvellous or kind of stuck with negativity and just not in the zone?
When we vibrate at the lower end of the scale we close off opportunity because we resist the chance to forgive, let go, move on; when we vibrate at the higher end we are open to joy, happiness, success, opportunitiy, life, love and possibility.
Be delighted or disappointed when you check this out. All you do is decide which colour area resonates; it’s not a quiz yet, rather an opportunity to see what joys are just ahead further up the scale. Continue reading
When pondering over which hard hitting realistic blog to write, the one about an alcoholic ruining your life was up there but I decided instead to share this chapter on Forgiveness from my book Survive and Thrive after Trauma .
Chapter on Forgiveness
”Forgiveness is letting go of the need for revenge and releasing negative thoughts of bitterness and resentment.
OK, this is a real big one. If you know an unforgiving, bitter or resentful person, you can sense it in every fibre of their being, whether it is a set look on their face, the tone in their voice, or their body is literally showing signs of being bitter and twisted.
My difficulty to forgive was based on this… Our children should have been reason enough for my husband to tidy up his act; to stay alive. His children were the most important people in his life, or so I believed. In that respect, for a while, I equated his death to a form of suicide. I felt anger over that. Or was it pain and hurt? Continue reading