The small stuff is more important

To many people, the world right now seems a frightening and unstable place in which to live.

There seems to be too any people in power with no perceivable limits or morals. In these circumstances, it can be easy to put your own needs, problems and life on hold, waiting for that disaster to happen.History shows that there is always going to be a threat to our safety and security, somewhere in the world, and when it’s over, day to day life just continues. Because no matter what happens, we as human beings, have a need to be part of a supportive and structured community, and that includes a partner.

It’s so easy to be overwhelmed by other people’s rhetoric and threats, but your and your partner’s problems are just as important. When all of this is done, you will still have the same relationship issues that prompted you to look for help. You and your partner are the heart of your family; however, it’s defined. You need to be able to provide the strength to support your family, and each other through all situations, and this can only happen when you are a committed couple unit.

Look after the small stuff! You are unlikely to be able to change any of the big issues in this world but you can give each other support, strength, and determination to continue through all times of stress and uncertainty. You can provide positive role models to your children and extended families. But you can only do this, if the problems currently besetting you as a couple, are able to be resolved and you reach that new level of respect, love and effective communication.

You, your partner and your family are the future. Take the time out to make sure that you, as a couple, are the best that you can be.

Carole's workshops are Covid Safe
Carole's workshops are Covid Safe
We are going real well, probably better than we ever expected.

I personally thank you for making such a difference to my life and I know (S) feels the same.
Galah couple eating
from QLD
Your workshop was great for us and was what we needed to make a fresh start and turn our relationship around.

We'd recommend your workshop to any couple who are in trouble and want to rekindle their love!

Thanks again Carole
Galah Couple
J & M
from NSW

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Carole's workshops are Covid Safe
Carole’s workshops are Covid Safe

The Federal Health Minister, Greg Hunt, has advised that “ALL allied health businesses nationally can continue working and are encouraged to do”. He has encouraged providers to continue vital face-to-face services where possible.

These are challenging times for everyone, but your personal and relationship issues continue to need assistance. My practice is still open for hypnotherapy and individual or relationship counselling, including Rekindle the Love workshops.

If you are sick or have come into contact with the Coronavirus at any point, and/or if you have recently been overseas, please stay at home and contact me on 0407 009 050 to reschedule your appointment.

The safety of my clients and wider community is of utmost importance to me, and my home-based clinic is fully compliant with the new social distancing rules and hygiene practices. I have ensured that appointments are staggered so that you and your partner, where appropriate, are the only clients visiting my practice, at any one time.

Video sessions are available for both individuals and couples, I have prepared a program for couples to complete a Rekindle the Love workshop, online. Read about the ‘Living, Loving & Surviving in Lockdown’ online workshop here.

Please contact me for more information.

Coronavirus and social isolation will add to existing pressure points on relationships, so don’t let your marriage become a coronavirus casualty.

Read the article by Hayley Gleeson of the ABC “How to stay married through Coronavirus“.

I thank you for your continued support in these uncertain times and know that together we will get through this.