I was lucky enough to be asked by the lovely people at The Counsellors’ Cafe to write a piece of my choice and I chose Mindful Relationships, because as a practising Buddhist it’s something that I apply to my relationships and to my work as a relationship therapist.
It was fun writing the piece as it gave me a chance to pull out some useful resources for people from the many I’ve collected over the years on being mindful in relationships mindful parenting and mindful families.
Go take a look and let me know what you thought below, or on the Counsellor’s Cafe comments area.
I’m also very excited to be part of the first Mindful Relationships Summit, an online conference from 17 to 21 May 2017 about how we can create and sustain mindful relationships and embrace love as a spiritual practice. Some of my favourite speakers on mindfuless and relationships like Susan Piver, Rick Hanson and Dr Kristin Neff will be there.
It’s absolutely free and it would be great if you’d consider joining me.
Relate . http://relate.org.uk . The Relationship People, UK
Project Happily Ever After blog . http://www.projecthappilyeverafter.com/my-blog/ .
“I started this site because I didn’t want anyone to feel the shame, loneliness and despair that I felt when trying to fix what, to me, seemed like an impossible-to-save marriage. You are not alone. You are not a failure. You are not a bad person. Your life is not over. You deserve happiness and you can find it.”
One Plus One . www.oneplusone.org.uk .
“A UK charity focused on strengthening relationships, we create resources for frontline workers to provide relationship support for couples & families.”
Resolution . http://resolution.org.uk .
“Resolution’s 6,500 members are family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Our members encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family – and in particular the best interests of children.”
A selection of books and other lovely things that I have recommended to clients to help improve their relationships can be found by clicking here
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