Over many years of working with people, it became obvious to me that in the process of ‘becoming’ we think we need to be perfect. What do I mean by this? We become addicted to perfecting ourselves, to carving out a ‘front’ that would be admired by all around us. And this then destroys us if we are not careful.Read More
“Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and forgiving heart. One who looks for the best in other people. Leave people better than you found them”
— Marcus Aurelius
Anxiety should be given more attention in mental health research because it is more common than we think, says a global study of the disorder. Scientists from the University of Cambridge said young people under 35...Read More
To spank or not to spank? Experts argue that this form of punishment—hitting a child on the bottom with an open hand—increases the risk that kids will develop emotional and behavioural problems including increased aggression, behavioural and mental health problems, and reduced cognitive ability and self-esteem.Read More
We get caught up in our busy lives and are on autopilot most of the time. Have you ever thought of what your 'internal radio' is broadcasting to you all day long?
As you go about your day, start to listen to how you talk to yourself.
Does any of the following sound familiar?
Stop for a second and imagine this.
Imagine that everything you say to your children forms a droplet of water on their forehead. The droplets fall onto the ground in front of them forming a pool, a lake and finally an ocean. . .Read More