I’ve taken small, but significant steps this week and feel as though my life is slowly turning a corner. Life feels easier, with Wednesday being a turning point. The post-op consultation went well …Read on »
Just like adults, children have their share of daily demands, worries and concerns. When I look back on my own childhood, I can see that I had more than my fair share.
I would withdraw for short periods, then when it was time to face the world, I would deal with those realities. Worries for children tend to start around the time they start school, due to the endless demands …Read on »
My thoughts are reflective this morning as I work on my day. It’s a day where problems pertaining to the assault will either be resolved, or they won’t.
I am hoping for good news from the post-op consultation. What we’re dealing with is nothing sinister now, it’s just …Read on »
“Whatever words we utter should be chosen with care for people will hear them and be influenced by them for good or ill.”
BUDDHARead on »
Boundaries are a dividing line between what we can and can’t do. They are what parents put in place to protect their children and other children they come into contact with. Boundaries are taught by parents to their children from a very early age.
There are children who are good-natured and probably won’t be affected by having no boundaries, but the more wilful and determined child will usually stop at nothing without any boundaries in place. That child would be a nightmare to manage, let alone live with.
But boundaries aren’t just for …Read on »
Setbacks are inevitable in life, whether you’re striving for perfection, or dealing with difficult people around you, but once we get beyond our setbacks, we will spend less time being concerned about them.
To deal with setbacks it’s important we have composure, because without composure it’s easy for us to panic. Having composure is usually based on self-beliefs and confidence and comes with experience …Read on »
“People say “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” True, but it goes beyond that. Don’t judge a book by its first words, first paragraphs, even its first pages. In fact, don’t judge a book until you have fully read and comprehended it.”
RYAN M NASHRead on »
Anxiety is inevitable and unavoidable. If you begin to feel anxious, worried or nervous about a particular problem, it could be that you are dealing with anxiety.
Unfortunately, using pharmaceutical drugs can leave the patient with common side effects, including digestive problems, depression, greater anxiety and in some cases constipation or diarrhoea …Read on »
“All my life I had been looking for something and everywhere I turned someone tried to tell me what it was. I accepted their answers too, though they were often in contradiction and even self-contradictory. I was naïve. I was looking for myself and asking everyone except …Read on »
Parents set the standards from a very early age. One of the most important factors of a child’s upbringing is what that child is continually exposed to, from childhood into adulthood, therefore as parents, it is important we set the right standards.
Children are not only influenced by their parents, but by other family members too including grandparents, aunts and uncles etc. As those influences will also have an impact, it’s important they also get …Read on »