So what’s this all about?

This blog is designed for me and you, and everyone. To support, encourage and be honest about moving forward in life. There is often no ‘quick fix’ solution, but things can always change.

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Most of us have heard the phrase “just build a bridge and get over it” when we have complained to someone about things that are not going well in our life. To be honest, that is a pretty unsympathetic way of responding – but not without a measure of truth.

Without sounding cliched, life is a series of inter-twining journeys – our childhood, teenage years, parenting, work experiences, major relationships etc. At times things get complicated, difficult and even hopeless….. to the point where we can not see a way out.

Some people carry long term trauma which never really leaves. Others have survived difficult circumstances or live with mental health issues of varying degrees. We all have times where we can imagine a better, happier future but just cannot see how to get there.

A bridge is a way of getting from one place to another, one circumstance to another. As a therapist I use strength building conversations to help someone build their bridge to a happier life and take a step on to it. Now this may take a while. Sometimes our trauma has been so great that it never goes away entirely – instead we find a way to manage and build a bridge around it.

To help someone get to a better place in life is an amazing thing. I am not perfect, I have my own challenges just like anyone else. This blog is designed for me and you, and everyone. To support, encourage and be honest about moving forward in life. There is often no ‘quick fix’ solution, but things can always change.

Feel free to comment and get involved. We often need a community around us to really make things better.

Oh, and if you see a few links around the place, they are solely there to help support the costs of this blog, don’t feel pressured to click them 🙂

 

 

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