How a dream changed my life.

Their was a time in my life when i lost my reasons to smile and for 5 years I felt like a bird trapped in a cage as i struggled to cope with the after effects of divorce, redundancy, debt and having to raise two children on my own.

My life changed when one day i had a dream that as a bird trapped in cage, I saw a hand opened the cage door and I somehow changed into a eagle and could hear a voice saying to me – Go ahead and fly as high as you can, you are free.

This was such an emotional moment, and it gave me strength and courage to start a journey into happiness and wellbeing. i had the courage to reach out and asked for help and support from family members and various organstions.

Years on, I am in a better place as I have bounced back and have been able to use my experiences and lessons to help others on their journey of bouncing back from set backs and challenges.

One of my greatest achievements is to write this small A5 size self improvement book, which includes simple everyday practical things you too can do cope with some of life challenges. The book costs £4.99 + postage cost – email me now

“A good Hearty Laughter gets rid of stress, worry and depression. It touches the emotional core and alleviates feelings of loneliness and isolation.”

I would love if you would connect with me as I share more good positivity

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How to cope with some of life’s challenges #newyear

Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or even significant sources of stress — such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stressors. It means “bouncing back” from difficult experiences.
Some people are naturally quite resilient, but for lots of us, it can take time to build up the skills – everyone’s different. Remember, you’re not in control of everything that happens to you, but you ARE in control of how you react.
Some things which can help you to be more resilient are –
  • Remembering that challenges aren’t things that “get in the way” of life, they are part of life.
  • Focusing on all your positive qualities and not forgetting them – especially when the going gets tough.

  • Thinking about other times when you have faced difficulties and remembering that you got through them, even if it was tough at the time.
  • Surrounding yourself with positive people who like you for you – not people who criticise or upset you.
  • Accepting that sometimes bad things happen and it’s OK to feel sad or down about them.

  • Talking about your struggles with people you trust, and asking for help and support when you need it.
Full article can be read from here…
If you would like help in coping with some of the challenges you may be going through, do contact me  –   for my free discovery session via skype or whatspp.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year


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