For those who are interested in career histories… here is mine:
I started as a graduate BBC News Trainee. I worked for for 7 years as an on-screen reporter and correspondent on TV programmes such as Business Breakfast, Working Lunch and Breakfast News.
It wasn’t all serious news… infact with colleagues like these two… it was often a lot of fun.
In 2001 I made the move into relationships education. I helped develop The Marriage Course and The Marriage Preparation Course – which are now run in thousands of venues worldwide.
I became self-employed in October 2008 and was commissioned by Hodder and Stoughton to write my book Inside Out – how to have authentic relationships with everyone in your life.
In 2010 I became the Agony Aunt for The Daily Telegraph – with my own weekly column in the paper and online. I currently write a monthly column for Psychologies magazine.
I currently work as a Transformative Coach helping individuals, couples and organisations to relate authentically and live wholeheartedly. I also do relationships coaching for couples with my husband David.
I am a regular speaker on relationships. Most recently I spoke at TEDx Bristol on the failure to relate authentically.
I met my husband David on a counselling course and we have been married since 2004. We have one son, Jed, and live in Bristol. If you enjoy embarrassing stories… you might enjoy reading about how David and I got together.