How to Start to Change

“Change is not made without inconvenience, even from worse to better”. – Richard Hooker; 1554 – 1600. We Might Accept the Status Quo. I am reminded, in my work with my clients, that even when change is the obvious or necessary next step, even when change is desired, change is a process that can trigger […]

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She Peers, Wisely, Over Her Spectacles

  On this chilly Autumn evening, the fire in our sitting room offered the comforting glow of the deepest orange.  The warm blanket of heat, in our sitting room,  hugged my Partner and I as we watched some of our favourite tv shows.  All the while, our dogs; Oscar and Digby, lay on their beds in front of the fire.  […]

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Dogs, Art and Writing

Our two little dogs, Oscar and Digby, are never far from my side while I work from home at my desk.  As I write, Oscar will often sleep in the foot-well of my desk, while Digby snoozes on the reading chair, beside the bookshelves in the next room.  I love this routine we have.  It […]

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Defeating Defeat

It felt like it was challenging me.  This grey lump of plastic with various pipes and accessories that lurks in the dark of the cupboard in our hall.  The purpose it has is to be a helpful household tool and yet it represented pain, difficulty and an innate ability to serve as an obstacle to the seemingly […]

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