Archive for August 2006

Angry Little Men

Wednesday, August 30th, 2006

Angry little men. That’s what they are. I deal with a lot of different people in the work that I do, and in the course of my work I have the fortune of mixing with some wonderful, warm, and insightful souls. I see and hear from a variety of different people right across the broad range […]

Looking Inwards

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006

I was called to an intervention the other day, between an old friend of mine and her son. She was convinced that her son’s rebellion against authority and her way of life was indicative of him being on drugs. Apparently he had changed a lot over the course of the last couple of years, and […]

Emotions and Response

Monday, August 14th, 2006

It’s something we all do but at the same time will never understand. In times of stress and frustration, there is often the temptation to lash out and unleash your feelings of despair and hopelessness. Most of the time the people who bear the brunt of our feelings are our partners. It often has very […]

Feeding the Soul

Thursday, August 10th, 2006

When we are in times of crisis, it is human nature to put our fences up and withdraw to a place we feel secure. This place doesn’t have to be elaborate, and it doesn’t have to be significant. But it is a place where you are able to escape  into your mind, listen to your […]

Don’t Rely on Your Intuition

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

I was surfing the web today and came across a cool article about communication and expressing yourself in marriage. It’s worth checking out: http://www.aish.com/family/marriage/Communication_-_the_Key_to_a_Good_Marriage.asp It’s good stuff!!

Wanting What Our Parents Have

Tuesday, August 1st, 2006

It’s the weirdest thing. From when we become teenagers we promise ourselves that we will never be like our parents. Many people are determined to live their lives free from the constraints that parents impose upon us and promise ourselves that we will do things differently and that our lives will be quite unlike our […]