Category Archives: Emotional Lives

19Apr/19

Freedom of Humanity

Recently I have been looking into alternative reality and by this I don’t mean alternatives to reality, whatever that might mean, but alternatives to our, Western idea of reality. Not only have I learned a lot, I’ve also realised that the key to all the problems we are experiencing as humanity is not in anything else but in the huge chasm between the materialistic worldview and the native one. This is perhaps the most important issue facing humanity in the 21st century. Continue reading

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10Feb/19

I am a foster Mother

Fostering is the best job I have ever done, and I feel privileged and blessed to be able to be part of these children’s lives. This job is 24/7 and 52 weeks a year – even Christmas day. The children live with us and become part of our family and I love them all. They have brought me so much joy, happiness and fulfillment, as well as challenges and sadness when they move on. No big salary or perks could ever replace the smile on a child’s face when they start to trust me and know that I won’t let them down.
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24Nov/18

The 3 Core Life Skills That Thriving Families Master

Battling with your kids? Nicole Telfer, our parenting coach and the founder of EmpoweredKidsTV is sharing some of her tips with you. She has picked three core skills for any parent either wishing to stop a recurring conflict or simply to further improve their already good relationship with their children. Pen and paper everyone, this is going to be helpful!  Continue reading

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25Sep/18

The Frontline of Step Parenting

The first time I met my husband’s children- I almost vomited!!! The consequences of us not getting along were almost too huge to contemplate.   In my mid 30’s, with no children of my own and having dedicated the majority of the previous ten years to perfecting the art of self-preservation, it was a decisive moment. If I disliked his children, or worse still, they hated me I knew without doubt that it would be the end of a new but promising relationship. Read our Step Parenting journey by Zoe Lightfoot!  Continue reading

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25Jun/18

Flirting With Minimalism: The Curse of Perfection

I must have been somewhere between 12 and 16. It’s quite a big gap, but my parents’ motivational techniques and their commitment to my academic success changed little within this time. I came home one afternoon clutching an ominous, mint green piece of card on which was printed my mid-term exam results. Continue reading

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