This month I am beginning this chat with two real life incidents which will serve to illustrate the crux of this post.
So here goes.
About six months ago, I went to the pharmacy to pick up the second repeat of two medicines that I had been prescribed. During the developments of […]
Let me begin in the customary fashion by wishing you a Happy New Year. Despite it being a greeting that is more habitual than mindful, I do sincerely mean it.
How do I know this?
Because I simply could not dredge up even a smidgen of sincerity to motivate an alternative. […]
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Unless you have sought refuge in a cave, your awareness by now will have been tinselled into acceptance that the holiday season is upon us. And with it comes the onslaught of obligations such as festooning the home with more tinsel, attending end-of-year events, buying presents and preparing for family gatherings. […]
Frequently asked by parents, grandparents, nannies or au pairs is the question: What can I do with a young child or grandchild that’s simple and easy, yet effective in bolstering imagination and confidence?
The busy life of parents leaves little time to think about the what and how of playing with young children, and that’s […]
This is the time of the year when the months seem to hang on some kind of religious or celebratory festive occasion. So I am going to join the trend by sprinkling a little sparkle on the fading Valentine flowers with the offer of a free 40 minute one-on-one Skype coaching session with […]
It’s easy to judge and condemn others, whether by virtue of our own preconceived ideas of right and wrong, or in terms of the law.
But trying to understand others requires a great deal of effort, and the greater the effort, the greater the reward. By attempting to understand, we are opening our mind to […]
“The greatest magnifying glasses in the world are a man’s own eyes when they look upon his own person” ~ Alexander Pope
Let’s start from the inside, the inner core of who we are. Therein lies the blueprint that determines our uniqueness. In the process of growing up most of us lose touch with the […]
A dog in the neighbourhood seems intent on airing its opinions on life while indulging its addiction to the sound of its own voice. Someone, or perhaps a couple of residents will complain; others will say nothing.
Is this a case of intolerance versus tolerance, misunderstanding versus understanding? Or is the complaining an example […]