There are times in our life when a physical, face-to-face hug is impossible for number of reasons. Maybe physical distance for example. It's moments like this that we can live vicariously and imagine the feelings that come with that closeness.
This is one of my MOST favourite videos to share... EVER!! I encourage you to check out the video, and then try the ideas that US Navy Admiral(Ret) William McRaven suggests.
When I watched this the first time, I found it difficult to see, due to the tears of laughter! Oh dear... maybe it's because I was once a teacher and I found it easy to put myself in 'Mr O'Rourke's
Why do I love to watch 'Long Lost Family'... when I know the emotions will always make me cry (happy tears)? What is it that touches our heart, that triggers, sometimes long forgotten, 'memories' and moves us - creating a
That was the title of the presentation focussing on building self-confidence, self-empowerment and 'courage' that I presented, in two episodes, at St Dominic's College just recently. Really it could just as easily be entitled 'Creating Confident People' as it is
What if you'd had eczema from a very young age and nothing seemed to work to remove it? What if you had recurring skin irritation that wasn't responding to treatment? This young woman sought my support on 28 March 2018
When you’re living with others it can be very difficult at times to determine exactly how to handle the different personalities, day to day. I’ve found this poster a fun, and brilliant, way to allow people to let others how
There are times we have to accept that they way we can make the best - and probably most profound - change to help humanity, is just with one person (or starfish) at a time. Sometimes I can feel upset
When new clients hear about kinesiology 'response testing' they are often somewhat sceptical, and I can understand why! As a former teacher, who majored in science and PE, I questioned it myself when I first came across it. When the