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The Mummy Whisperer's Six Steps To A Sparkling You And Enjoying Being a Mum ........................................
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The perfect pick me up for overwhelmed and stressed mums

Do you find yourself exhausted? Are you sometimes so tired you can't even look at a problem, let alone do anything about it? Do you take your frustration out on the kids and end up shouting at them? Are you terrified of disappearing into the grey banality of suburban motherhood?

This book is simple, practical and easy to fit into your life. It will turn your life around. After you finish it, you’ll have more contentment, more time, more energy, more space, more money and most importantly more sparkle.

Even better, you can do all this without changing your children, partner, life, house or financial situation.

This fabulous little book has a whole pile of punch, and will help you to beat the greyness, overwhelm, frazzle, stress, exhaustion, suffocation, and worry of a mum’s life.

This book can revolutionise your life within six days – or six weeks, or six months: it’s a life makeover.

The Mummy Whisperer doesn’t add to the already heavy load of a mum; she reduces the load, changing your life, and letting you maintain the new you with just a few seconds a day.

The Mummy Whisperer won’t tell you how to be a mum. She won’t tell you what you should do. She will help you to become calmer and more contented. You will be able to de-clutter all the noise and stress around you. You will be able to hear yourself and be you again.

You are magnificent; you just don’t know it.

This book won’t make you into a perfect mum or a super mum, it will make you into the mum you are meant to be, which is just what your family has always wanted.


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Bullying Pt 6 – Do we really want to get rid of Bullying?

So everyone is against bullying, and there are loads of people saying that we need to get rid of it.

But is that really true?

For one thing, it’s impossible, bullying has always has been, and always will be part of human nature.  So anyone attempting to remove it totally, is just wasting time and effort.  (That doesn’t mean we can’t change where it is, or how it happens!).


But for another thing, where would we really be without it?

Ignore the fact that it’s painful to be on the receiving end of it for a moment (I’ve experienced enough of it, to know exactly how you feel about it).

But think about it pragmatically.  Did you need to learn to stand up for yourself?  Or did it make you study more, because you weren’t going out partying with the cool kids?  Or did it mean you got a pile of friends who weren’t as cool, but really nice?

There are kids who are terribly traumatised by the fact that they were being bullied at school, and I am not in any way under-estimating how they feel.  I’m just suggesting, that telling them that they are a victim of bullying will make them even more unhappy and disempowered.  Whereas looking for who is not bullying them, and who loves them, and what they are gaining from the bullying, will lead them to understand life, and come out of it strong and empowered.

Yes, it is heart-wrenching to see your child unhappy.  But, its our job to give them the tools to stand up and be counted, and take the control of their life, rather than be controlled by it.

Note: All kids are different, so what they get out of bullying will be different.  Unless you really know a child’s situation fully, it can be difficult to see why it would help them to be bullied, so try not to jump to conclusions, and be open minded.

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