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Over the years I’ve met so many inspirational people: people whose upbringing and childhoods should have written them off. But all too often, even though they’ve come to the show to complain about their lives, I like to remind them that they have a gift: and that’s survival. You can see their stories on my show every day.

After all, where is it written that life is meant to be fair? Where is it set in concrete that life is meant to be relentlessly happy? I believe if we didn’t have rain, we wouldn’t know how to appreciate the sunshine. Remember, some live in countries where blazing heat is the norm – and they spend their lives praying for rain!

What I’m saying is that life is a series of challenges; and who said being challenged is always a bad thing? Look at it this way: you can either see something bad happening in your life as Hell: The End of The Road. Or you can see it as one of your lowest points from which you can learn, get help and go in the only direction left: Up!

So I hope what this website gives you is a few ideas as to how to change what you may feel you need to in order to be the best that

you can be, whether it’s about getting in shape, taking up a hobby  or getting on with your children and family information.

I also hope to hear your own stories because by sharing them you may well be able to help others. I’d love to hear from you.

There’s a list of organizations and charities that can help you as well.

I hope my website also gives you the opportunity to ‘plug into’ the wealth of knowledge that has sprung up around my daily TV show on Five.

Over the years I’ve worked with so many knowledgeable and passionate contributors and experts. You can get their words of wisdom by going to the Trisha's Team section.

Lastly for those of you who like to know what I’m up to and where you can come and meet me, I’ll give you the low-down on my events page.


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