Jackie Walker

Creating a learning space for me, for you and for them

Tell me your story

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When I was little my Dad used to tell me a story and this is how it went:

On a dark and stormy night

The Captain said to his Mate

‘Tell me a story’

And this was the story ….

On a dark and stormy night

It drove me mad as I couldn’t understand why he wouldn’t tell me what the story was and the fact that it never ended is why it’s highlighted here some 40 years later – when will your story end?

Everyone has a story, and sometimes they get convulted, lengthy, take on a meaning of their own and sometimes they’re pithy, to the point and short.

Whatever your story is … be it of heartbreak, abandonment, joy, peace, hurt, rage, achievement … whatever it is …. share it here, and have the opportunity of getting it off your chest or of celebrating with someone who cares.

Maybe it’s not a story, maybe it’s a question of how you can change your story, maybe you want to have a happy ending and can’t see how on earth that is feasible given where you are right now, in whatever situation it might be.

If you’d rather tell me your story privately … just email me contactjackiewalker @ gmail.com (miss out the spaces)

This is where we can start to make changes happen and if you want you can phone me on 00 44 7957 307652 or Skype – jackiewalker1


Written by Jackie Walker

July 13, 2009 at 2:54 pm

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  1. Once upon a time there was a girl who was a little angry and discontent. One sunny weekend in winter she attended a workshop with some special ladies and finally managed to set some stuff free… and find some courage. Her story is now full of light and hope and happiness 🙂 She is very content, but it’s nowhere near The End.

    Julie Gibbons

    July 22, 2010 at 5:08 pm

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