Katherine Baldwin is a writer, journalist, coach and speaker. She writes and speaks from the heart about her journey of transformation, including how she recovered from an eating disorder, challenged self-destructive relationship patterns, learned to love herself and eventually fell in love in her forties. As a coach, Katherine specialises in helping professional women and men understand why they're single, navigate the world of dating and relationships and fall in love. She runs 'How to Fall in Love' courses and workshops based on the 10-step journey outlined in her book. She offers individual coaching and leads 'How to Fall in Love' retreats at the beach in Dorset and in Spain. Katherine also offers midlife mentoring, helping people build their confidence and their resilience so they can make major life transitions, follow their heart and fulfill their dreams. Katherine writes lifestyle features for magazines, newspapers and online publications and has been widely published in the national media, including in Red, Psychologies, The Sunday Times, the Daily Mail, the Guardian and Easy Living. She blogs for Psychologies Life Labs, The Huffington Post and We Are The City and has appeared on TV and radio, including Newsnight, Radio 2 and Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Katherine has a background in international journalism. She worked as a foreign correspondent in Mexico and Brazil for the global news agencies Bloomberg and Reuters before moving back to Britain to work as a political correspondent for Reuters, based in the Houses of Parliament. She turned freelance in 2008. She has a diploma in counselling and psychotherapy skills from London's Westminster Pastoral Association, is a graduate and fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs and has lectured in journalism at Bournemouth University and London's City University. You can find out more about Katherine's work at katherinebaldwin.com, read her blog at fromfortywithlove.com and follow her on Twitter @From40WithLove.
'A wonderful handbook on relationships, which requires you to be brave, dig deep and face your fears about falling in love, ' - Suzy Walker, Editor-in-Chief, Psychologies'Poignant, intimate, shockingly honest and inspiring. Katherine Baldwin is a high-flyer who has found a new, more beautiful way to fly. And with this practical, insightful book, she invites you to do the same. A wonderful, heartfelt journey, ' - Tricia Walker, Acclaimed Book of the Year Author of Benedict's Brother'I loved reading How to Fall in Love. Even though I'm now married, I had lots of light-bulb moments about why I'd been attracted to so many unsuitable men in the past. I wish I'd had this book in my thirties when I was looking for love! Katherine writes in such an engaging way and reading about her personal experiences helped me to make sense of my own relationship history. The step-by-step process she shares in the book is transformative and I'd certainly recommend this book to any of my single friends who are looking for a loving, meaningful relationship, ' - Nicola Humber, Author of Heal Your Inner Good Girl'How to Fall in Love is so much more than a self-help book. It is a beautiful, bold and sincere memoir. Reading this book, I connected with the author on a deep level and I saw myself and my story in its pages. This book has given me more than hope. It has reinforced my own journey, ' - Tatiane Lima, Author of Menina Pra Casar