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GUIDE ME TO THE PLACE WHERE GUILT FALLS AWAY

I sat in the carpark waiting for the doors of the supermarket to open. After perusing the isles for fresh fruit and breakfast delights, I continued on my way to an early morning meeting. One by one the guests arrived. We made our beverages of choice and gathered in our allocated room. I was joined by professionals ranging in roles and...

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TONIGHT I'M FEELING SAD ... AND THAT'S OK

Tonight I’m feeling sad. There’s a sense of melancholy hovering over my chest. My eyes are tired and my face feels weary.

 

And that’s ok.

 

If you’re waiting for a listing of my sorrows and sufferings, I have none to offer. My life is blessed beyond my comprehension, but tonight I’m feeling sad. And...

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SCARED YOU’RE RUINING YOUR CHILDREN? THREE HEART-CENTRED QUESTIONS TO RECLAIM YOUR CONFIDENCE

I see you. I see your smile, though sometimes it’s a show, not indicative of the true way you feel. I see the love in your eyes, but the tiredness behind them. I see your open arms ready to hold your child tight, offering connection and a safe space to run to. I see the meals you prepare. The clothes you wash and the toys you tidy day...

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THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT … THAT YOU CAN KEEP FOREVER

When I think of Christmas as a child in Australia, I recall playing on the grass on a summer’s night, fresh from an evening bath and dressed in cotton pyjamas. I hear the crickets chirping and the neighbourhood children playing and squealing in delight. Santa was on his way! Indoors, the sound of Christmas carols played, encouraging...

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HAPPINESS ISN’T WHAT I WISH FOR MY CHILDREN

According to vocabulary.com “Happiness is that feeling that comes over you when you know life is good and you can’t help but smile.” Similarly, Sonja Lyubomirsky, a professor of psychology at the University of California, defines happiness as, “the experience of joy, contentment, or positive...

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EXPANSION OF HEART AND MIND

When you read this question, did an answer appear in your mind? What if you were to write for the next 5 minutes, allowing any and all thoughts to fall onto the page, free from judgement or perceived societal limitations?

 

Moments of introspection and intentional play such as this simple activity offers the opportunity to explore areas of...

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