Sixty years ago, parents (for the most part) had the challenge to keep children physically safe. The televisions, newspapers, magazines, phones and even the early computers were limited in who you could contact and even when you could contact them. Never mind that public content was accountable to a high standard of morality.
I’m on a quest to live fearlessly while I’m on earth. As a result, I have to enter a journey of curiosity and liminal spaces. Would you like to know more? Well, carry on reading…
Unrealistic expectations of your children can hinder their emotional, mental and physical well-being. But, what is it about being a parent that makes navigating expectations so hard?
What is it about the unexpected that makes us nervous? Is it because we link the unknown to so much uncertainty? Or is that our minds immediately gravitate towards the negative? It’s the unexpected that changes our lives.
Habits can change your life and, according to Sean Covey, “we become what we repeatedly do.” What we repeatedly think about, say and shape our lives.
I struggled with post-traumatic stress after an armed robbery and fear of being attacked again at night threatened to overwhelm my life. I wasn’t sleeping well, let alone living well. Finally, I came to the point where I had enough of being incapacitated by fear. Either I was to win this battle or give in to the hold fear was trying to establish in my life.
What is hope? By definition, it means a feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen. It is future-focused. Hope is something that we carry with us from the moment we hear that a baby is on his way. How can we future-proof our children so that they can thrive in life? Read more here.