When you (unknowingly) embark on a journey of personal growth, there’s no knowing where you’ll end up. Here are some of the side effects I’ve seen in my life and in the lives of those around me when developing as a person.
Why do we sometimes feel disappointed when we don’t expect it? What’s behind that sudden emotional reaction? I just received some news which I thought I was prepared for, and yet, it hit me harder than I thought…
A short mother’s day poem I’d like to share with you called ‘A Good Mother…’
I went to a Waldorf school for my first 16 years of schooling. These schools are quite out there when it comes to lesson content and curriculum, but I am really grateful for the way it shaped me, and here’s 10 reasons why.
A full year has passed since my first blog post. In the process, I’ve learned quite a bit about this particular work. Here are 10 insights I want to share with you.
How would you describe a traumatized person? And what does your trauma look or feel like? I’ve dealt with different kinds of trauma over the past three years, and here are some of the key things I’ve learned so far.
During our lifetime, we make a lot of promises, to others, but also to ourselves. What happens with those promises you keep, and with the ones you don’t keep? What’s the impact of breaking your own promises to yourself?
When you’re confronted with a difficult moment, it calls on you to show who you really want to be. You show this, through your response. Not the one your emotions force you to make, but the deliberate one you decide on for yourself.
We carry different parts of ourselves with us wherever we go. These roles play out in different situations, sometimes being helpful, sometimes not so much. But did you know we can talk to them as well?
Fasting for health reasons is hot. I could probably find 10 people within my circle of friends who’ve tried it. But fasting for religious reasons, such as Lent, seems to have gone out of style. Why bother with it at all? And can we learn anything from the Ramadan?