All our children are as great as each other, neither better or worse
We are all the same, but different. If we allow each other to be different, we can as Mums become a force to be reckoned with!
So there has been big uproar this week because a Mum announced that if her children died she would be upset, but would be OK, whereas if her husband died, it would be much worse. Do you love your children or husband more? I was always really worried about this before I had children, especially in the early years with […]
How to make a decision the easy way, that works.
Here are a few steps for a Mum to work through in order to decided whether she would like to go back to work or who could go back to work
So do you share the load with your partner of supporting / challenging and being nice / mean to the kids, or does one of you do more of one than the other? In terms of being a parent, if you are always challenging your kids, and being the tough one, it is a shame for you because they are […]
When the bullying at school is minor, you can literally balance the scales of support elsewhere, in order for it to automatically redress itself.
Even Children become dissatisfied without a purpose or sense of something that they can be responsible for.
So, I’m planning on a pile of stuff about bullying over the next few weeks, as I have been motivated to tackle this subject by my 3.5yr old little boy being bullied at nursery. Not something that I ever expected to be tackling at this age, but then I realise that I was being naive when I didn’t expect it. […]
So having met Philip Carr-Gomm the Chief Druid of Bards, Ovates & Druids on friday night, I was musing on the difference between him and Dr John F Demartini, who has been my mentor for the past 7 years. Both masters, both the heads of global organisations, both studied a spiritual path and yet both have a business background as […]