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Your partner has support.
What about you?

Trying to balance life while supporting your partner with mental health issues? It can be exhausting being pulled in different directions, physically and emotionally. You don't feel like you can have time for yourself, and you feel guilty when you do.

I know because this was me when my partner was signed off work with stress, and you can read the full story here.

 

Is this you?

- Supporting someone with mental health problems?

- Juggling work and home life?

- Taking on more of the household responsibilities?

- Feeling, lonely, exhausted, under relentless pressure?

- Overwhelmed trying to find the right information and advice on how to help and support your partner and finding it's too little or too much or just not right for you?

If you've answered yes to one or more of these I can help.

I've been through it and can share everything I've learnt to give you:

+ Strategies to take back control

+ Resilience in the face of conflicting priorities

+ Ways to look after yourself - guilt free

+ A safe, relaxed, supportive and enjoyable space for you

Enjoying Sunset
 

When my parents in-law started to need a lot more care and support I knew the most important thing was to look after myself in order to be able to look after them - because I had got it so wrong in the past. When my partner had been signed off work with stress and needed additional support I put myself at the bottom of my own priority list and came close to burning out. I'd learned from my mistakes and combined my experience with tools and techniques I gained as a coach in order to ensure that I was in the best possible position to care for my in-laws along with the rest of the family.

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