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mchclark7 saved and folkd this page on 03/31/2015 04:43am

One of the first questions Sanderson asked us all was – ‘what’s the no. 1 thing that stops most people fulfilling their purpose?’.

canarywharf63 saved and folkd this page on 05/19/2015 03:46am

Jennifer Broadley is the founder of www.HealthyChat.co.uk. Since 2012 she has worked full time delivering therapeutic, life-changing conversations from her private practices in Aberdeen, Dundee and the north of Scotland.

neiljohnson19 saved and folkd this page on 05/19/2015 04:00am

Highly effective executive coaching for C-level, MDs and senior directors. Ideal for talented leaders and teams ready increased personal performance.

jhonyshawn saved and folkd this page on 06/25/2015 02:22am

Healthy Chat is a modern therapy practice offering life-changing, restorative conversations and fast, effective, long-lasting transformations.

charlesbronson98 saved and folkd this page on 06/25/2015 02:39am

Healthy Chat is a modern therapy practice offering life-changing, restorative conversations and fast, effective, long-lasting transformations.

emilydickinson99 saved and folkd this page on 08/20/2015 11:45pm

Sometime I notice differences between being a therapist in Aberdeen vs a therapist in Dundee. Clients from the latter (not all) often action change more quickly than clients (not all) from the former - See more at: http://www.healthychat.co.uk/category/self-esteem/#sthash.evYKyDLZ.dpuf

christynorans saved and folkd this page on 08/20/2015 11:58pm

Sometime I notice differences between being a therapist in Aberdeen vs a therapist in Dundee. Clients from the latter (not all) often action change more quickly than clients (not all) from the former.

johnsanthony609 saved and folkd this page on 11/21/2016 11:25pm

Healthy Chat is a modern therapy practice offering life-changing, restorative conversations and fast, effective, long-lasting transformations.

markgarcia97 saved and folkd this page on 04/04/2017 10:15pm

Choosing to separate because a marriage is no longer the best working model for a partnership or for parenting can be very liberating. The tradition model is one of conflict and battle and even when a couple can see the sense in divorce, often by the time they’ve each hired a lawyer to ‘protect their best interests’, the subtle suggestions of ‘you could get more; you’ve been mistreated; your children might be taken away’ will drive a them into panic, blame and more legal-fee spending.

paultylor99 saved and folkd this page on 04/04/2017 10:58pm

As yet, I’m really not seeing that information making it’s way in the mainstream media, however, I am meeting more and more couples who want a respectful separation and a working co-parenting relationship going forward. They come to me at Healthy Chat for mediation for 3 very important reasons:

walkerevans99 saved and folkd this page on 04/04/2017 11:35pm

For sure this is not a simple subject and relationships are different for everyone. Life is long and it’s a good principle to re-confirm that you have many choices of how the future can be. If you can’t quite work out how to get to where you want to go for now, then borrowing a brain at Healthy Chat to help you get clarity may be a very wise first step.

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