Partner of a Pilot
The Candid Diary of an Airline Pilot’s Girlfriend

Posts Tagged ‘counselling

Spreading my phoenix wings

May 6, 2009

I had my last counselling session today. I have drawn so much from the experience; which I didn’t expect if I am honest. As a conclusion to the course of sessions, she revisited my initial targets from the initial visit, and asked me to evaluate how far I felt I had come, which is further than I […]

Is it wrong that I don’t care?

April 22, 2009

I have had an incredibly busy week.  It’s been the school holidays, and my ex had the boys for the latter week.  I don’t normally like him having them for so long, but in this case it was both good and necessary, especially after he rang me to have this conversation about his relationship of […]

“Help I’ve been Hijacked!” Fear, resentment and insecurity in a pilot relationship…

March 24, 2009

Well, Bf was much nicer to me after my last post. He took me out to lunch that very day, we took the bike and trailer for Baby and had lunch at a nearby farm restaurant.  He gave me time out for me the next day and I was able to get out and go […]

Pilots as step parents?

December 19, 2008

  I just wanted to add this post, because I get days where I feel like I’ve reached my wits end with my family.  I think most of us would agree, that pilots tend to be more ‘self focussed’ than other people (they have to be to succeed); not all the time-but definitely on occasions (in our house at least), […]