Mediation & problem solving

The way we problem solve will always affect the way we behave with others and in our relationships. Through mediation, we learn to talk things through and problem solve. It’s a skill that we must hone, but I’m not sure how many of us attach importance to it; if we did, we wouldn’t look to blame.

When it comes to any form of relationship we must mediate. It’s even more important parents mediate so their children learn how to mediate, so as they get older they too can get the best out …

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31 Jan, 2019

Contentment

Contentment comes with living a content life. I’ve lived my life but I can’t say it’s been with contentment, I’ve had to fight every step of the way to get to where I am, from the way I’ve been treated. But even if I’d had contentment, it’s something I would have had to continue to work on.

Contentment comes when you have everything you need emotionally and you’re at peace and at ease with yourself. But for us to have contentment we must understand and deal with our experiences, and come …

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29 Jan, 2019

Climate change

Climate change is the biggest threat to the survival of planet earth we have ever encountered. It is a large-scale, long-term shift in the planet’s weather patterns and average temperatures. It is important we take heed. There must be no denying it.

Since the last ice age about 11,000 years ago, the Earth’s climate has been relatively stable, with an average global temperature of about 14 °C. However, we know that global temperatures have risen significantly …

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27 Jan, 2019

Others’ understanding Autism

Autism must be explored by others, so they understand how we present. For those with Autism, we get a bad press because others find us intense and don’t understand us.

I have spent most of my life trying to adapt into a normal life with a neurological disability I didn’t know I had. My life would never be normal, but where disability is concerned, it’s not up to us to fit in …

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25 Jan, 2019

Our protective walls

Where those who have a disability may put protective walls up and behave in alert mode even when someone is being nice to them, protective walls aren’t just something they do.

We all grow up amongst many who have their protective walls, but when it came to mine, I was always trying to break those walls down. I learned very quickly that whilst my walls were up, I would continually …

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24 Jan, 2019

Kickboxing

Whether you’re looking to increase your confidence, your strength or co-ordination, or you’re looking for a cardio workout, kickboxing is for you.

You’ll find kickboxing classes focus on everything from elements of dance, to self-defence, cardio conditioning and martial arts. Deciding which kind of class to attend is the first step in preparing long term …

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23 Jan, 2019
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