I remember a comment made by a friend of mine, who also happens to be an educator upon noticing how one of my youngsters would tip out the toy box and see what was there, as opposed to quietly rifling through to find the toy of choice. What a profound comment this was. Perhaps the […]
Simon Sinek There are only two ways to influence human behaviour: you can manipulate it or you can inspire it.
Without reflection we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences and failing to achieve anything useful. Above quote by Margaret J. Wheatley We all need to look at what we leave behind us. Do we make the world a better place or do we leave conflict, sadness and other negative consequences in our […]
Today I was reading Non-Euclidean Sofa’s blog and it reminded me of that horrible feeling when you discover somebody has removed your bike and you are going to have to walk home. Comparatively trivial things can have huge consequences. I loved the film Sliding Doors, where it shows two different possible alternate realities, all because she […]
There is one scene from cinema, which I believe most accurately portrays narcissistic abuse. It is not a scene full of gore and violence. Only the music seems to indicate there is anything wrong. (Warning if you have experienced narcissistic abuse and/or dealt with a psychopath , this could be triggering.) Sleeping with the Enemy […]