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‘Why I’m happy to be suddenly single at 34’ – Sophia Money-Coutts
In a recent article in the Telegraph, journalist Sophia Money-Coutts explains how she is refusing to settle. Furthermore, she explains how leading Harley Street hypnotherapist, Malminder Gill, helped to be happy being single.
After a painful break-up, Sophia Money-Coutts sought the help of relationship therapy expert, Malminder Gill. There is a significant societal trend that we have to be married in our 20s or 30s. As Sophia Money-Coutts describes; “If you’re an unmarried woman in your 30s or 40s, it’s still a race to the aisle.”
Malminder Gill explains that this mindset is due to social conditioning. Furthermore, many clients of hers have trapped themselves because they are doing what they feel they ought to, rather than what they want. Malminder helps her clients to have the confidence and courage not to settle and to be happy being single.
How to be happy being single
She explains that if there is a nagging doubt or inner voice that says you are not entirely happy with someone, it is important to be aware of your feeling and listen to that voice. She adds; ‘If you ignore that inner voice, it becomes an ongoing battle to suppress yourself or, years later, to cave in and give that voice a stage: divorce. Either way, it’s unhealthy, and with each year it becomes harder and harder to break away from the superglue of “what society thinks”. Listen to yourself, really listen. If you feel it isn’t right, then depart from the relationship.’
In the Telegraph article, Malminder provides five critical questions to ask yourself so you can make sure that you are not settling. You can find these five questions and the rest of the article here.
Alternatively, if you are struggling with a breakup or concerned about settling, you can arrange a free consultation with relationship therapy expert, Malminder Gill by calling 0207 971 7677.