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What Clients Say About Sonia

Thanks, Sonia for your help. My ex does not have that same control over my feelings anymore - I did not think I would ever feel happy again after he left me. Because of you I learned to move on so that me and the girls can have a bright future.

Mrs V R (London)

"Sonia really helped me to overcome the emotional rollercoaster of my second divorce. I had two small children and I struggled to cope. Having received support from Sonia, I have created a support network around me, and I am on my way to my ideal life."

Sunita

My wife unexpectedly declared she wanted a divorce in the middle of our weekly lunch date. I found it hard to breathe and shut myself off from the world. I was anxious all the time and felt sick when solicitors’ letters came through the door. It sounds extreme but Sonia saved my life.

Mr M Ali

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Self-Care and Divorce -How to be Your Own Rescue
Self-Care and Divorce -How to be Your Own Rescue

Right now, you might be so devastated by the end of your marriage, it feels like you’ve hit rock bottom. You don’t even know who you are let alone capable of self-care. I am here to tell you that there is a path out of this grief, you can stop hurting and life can be

Why Breakups Hurt – Your Ultimate Recovery Manual for Rapid Healing
Why Breakups Hurt – Your Ultimate Recovery Manual for Rapid Healing

Why Breakups Hurt & What You Can Do to Stop the Pain I am writing this post for anyone who is divorced, separated, or breaking up with a long-term romantic partner. Why am I writing this? Because breakups hurt and I want to help everyone who is going through one. I know your...

Why Did My Husband Leave me?
Why Did My Husband Leave me?

Why Did My Husband Leave me? When faced with a crisis such as a divorce, never ask ‘why me’ questions. There is no power in ‘why me’ questions and no matter how many times you ask the question, the clouds will never part to reveal why someone from up above purposefully took an aim at