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Growing up, the black sheep of the family was always considered a rebel and not a favourable person to be within an extended family. Looking back on people I’ve known to be the rebel, I feel a respect for their confidence in eschewing social norms, the things that are expected of them. Perhaps being a … Continue reading The rebel, the black sheep
Right now the entire world is in the depths of panic. Its grip on our society is tight; each action making each person just a bit more worried. But, hope is not lost. Yes, this is a global pandemic. People are dying. People are losing their jobs. We cannot control everything, we have to accept … Continue reading Global panic: take control of the anxiety
Ross Greene has a powerful idea about how to reframe our thinking about kid’s behaviour. The objective of this book, and many like it, along with countless blogs, Facebook groups and experts in the fields of psychology, teaching, and social work, is to empower parents to step back and recognise their child is normal and … Continue reading Kids do well, if they can
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