Moral codes

There are no guarantees the moral codes we teach our children will be used by them as adults. The hard part for any parent is standing back, whilst they watch their child live their lives differently. As a child, I innately knew how to behave.

Morality is usually passed on through the generations and is self-taught. It’s not something we need an education for, anyone can learn about morality; we must continue to keep an open mind on individual …

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31 May, 2013

Boosting our metabolism

Following on from my last blog on our metabolism, I thought it would be helpful to provide some more information on how we can boost our metabolism.

Drink water: We all know that drinking lots of water throughout the day is important, but did you know that this also has the effect of increasing your metabolism, as the metabolic process …

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30 May, 2013

How things were

This is merely another observation on another experience. Children should always know what they’re dealing with as a small child.

We can be forgiven for being angry, not knowing what we have, and being asked to do the things it was clear we couldn’t do, particularly if the signs were obvious. Not being able to walk properly let alone wear …

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28 May, 2013

Feeling on my own

I am on my own, because I had no emotional support. When I look back at my life and the trauma I’ve had to deal with, it almost seems inevitable.

I come so far then it hits me that this is where I am and although I know I couldn’t do anything to change what happened, I get angry at what feels like an injustice. When that happens, I take consolation in how …

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27 May, 2013

More health concerns

Over the last few months I’ve been working on my health issues, having various tests and working on diets that fit in with what I’m dealing with.

I have now found out that I have Dysbiosis, fungus/yeast and pathogenic bacteria in my gut, known as Candida. The tests have also confirmed I am low on a particular B vitamin and Serotonin. Dealing with …

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24 May, 2013

Memories left

We don’t have to be famous to be remembered for something we’ve done, or said that goes down in history, which we’re not proud of.

Unfortunately, when we emulate bad behaviour, we begin to define ourselves in ways that can come back to haunt others, when we are no longer around. Choose to define your behaviour so that history …

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23 May, 2013

Order my new book

Ilana x