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"Before coming to Marina, I was confused, upset and obsessing about my ex and thinking that i would never get over him. After just 6 short sessions with Marina going through the method. I was able to free myself of the pain, start dating men and am now friends with my ex. I think what is interesting also is that it has further healed the relationship with my Mum and my sister and allowed me to see that when I think I have shown up as hurtful to others sometimes I have been the gift that they needed to heal something too. I feel free and truly empowered. Thank you Marina." Alicia
“Talking and working through the exercises with Marina and reading her book “Your right to be wrong in relationships” has changed my life. When I met Marina I was very confused, I knew I was doing something very wrong, but couldn’t for the life of me work out what it was. The exercises I worked through with Marina helped me to see the patterns and situations I create not only in my relationships but also in my work, life style and choice of hobbies. I was able to evaluate both sides of these, the positive and the negative, a revelation for me a person who thinks in very black/white patterns.
I suddenly saw that it was me who entered into these types of relationships/jobs/hobbies and for the first time I was able to understand why, the good things and the bad things that these experiences were giving me. I also understood what i had gained from my loss of relationship with my partner, how positive people and experiences had replaced negative ones and see how this now benefits me and my life. It was like a light switching on.
I realised and understood that i am tired – tired of entering these relationships, tired of working where i do, tired of battling out my hobbies. This year, 2012, i am now looking forward to creating a new peaceful kind of life for myself free from tiresome circumstances and people. I would encourage anyone who is at a point in their relationships or life, who are are aware they are doing something wrong but aren’t quite sure just what, to work with Marina and read her book it may just switch on a light for you too. I would like to express my deepest thanks to Marina for taking the time to help me when i needed it most.” Ceri Edwards
“Before coming to Marina, I felt that I missed my ex at times and it would bring back some painful memories. Marina, however took me through the Everything Is Perfect exercise, I have found myself not missing him any more and feeling free. Thank you Marina” Caroline Ainslie
“Thank so much for your fantastic advice the other day Marina. We never stop needing guidance when it comes to dealing with ex's!” Suzy Miller, Founder of Divorce in A Box