Depression and children might seem like an unlikely mix. But it happens and we need to be mindful of its effect. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for March, 2014
When it comes to depression children are vulnerable too.
Happiness is for real people, not faux fanatics.
Remarkable as it seems, happy people are beset with troubles too. Their satisfaction isn’t based on their good fortune but on the unique way they view the world. Read the rest of this entry »
Getting important things done is never a solitary process.
You cannot work alone. As much as some of us want to, it’s just not possible. For as long as we live in this world, we share this life (whether we want to or not). Read the rest of this entry »
Is being busy enough to make life better?
What makes life better? It’s a big question but one that every one of us need to weight up. Read the rest of this entry »
"Just as I am", is enough.
People compete. At all sorts of levels, you will find folk trying to outdo you, undercut you, impress, and distress. It seems life teems with competition. Read the rest of this entry »
A lot of cruelty hides behind family.
Why don’t counselors ever mention nasty families? Are they implying they don’t exist? Or is it just “not done” to label with such names?
Certainly words like “nasty”, “cruel”, and “brutal” are avoided. Though who hasn’t met people from families that have these properties? Read the rest of this entry »
How far do you have to run to really feel free?
Are you ready to run away now? Have you got everything packed? Or, are you still playing with the idea? Read the rest of this entry »
Shouldn't we leave learning to the experts?
There’s more to learning than we ever found out about at school. There, the basics of reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic were meant to spell out precisely what was necessary to get on with life. If only it were that simple. Read the rest of this entry »
There is more to manners than remembering your "P's".
“Try manners? Why should I?” Too bad too many people are clueless on this matter. Read the rest of this entry »