When I tell people I don't have children there is always a pause and then a confused look followed by the question; 'Why don't you have children?' I am always a bit perturbed by this and think 'wow does it really bother others that I don't have children?' It doesn't bother me. I feel I… Continue reading A Womb With A View
It takes two to build a relationship. But if one is avoiding and one is pushing how does it work? I try to imagine a handcar on a railway that is only being pushed on one side. It just won't work. This is what I call the missing peace. There is no peace when… Continue reading The Missing Peace
Mental Health, Anxiety & Trying to Overcome It Using Interventions People today are suffering more and more with mental health issues, conditions and struggling with setbacks. There is such stigma linked with mental health. At times we daren’t admit to having a mental health condition in case we get laughed at, loose our job or… Continue reading Mental Health Article
Excuses, Excuses!!! There are so many of us who have great intentions to start using the gym, eating more healthily and to change our lifestyles for the better. We begin an exercise plan with great intentions; to feel better, feel fitter, to improve our lives by eating better diet and making sure we do right… Continue reading Excuses! Excuses!
Working in drug and alcohol treatment services I have come across all types of addictions to substance misuse and alcohol. It can move over to sugar however when an individual manages to stop the use of their drug of choice or alcohol. Either sweet food can take precedent or the form of drinks like cola… Continue reading The Truth About Energy Drinks
moderation mɒdəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/ noun noun: moderation 1 1. the avoidance of excess or extremes, especially in one's behaviour or political opinions. "He urged the police to show moderation" Why are we not able to live moderately as human beings? Why do certain aspects in our lives have to be extreme? If as a race, we lived… Continue reading Moderation