There are some people in life who just choose to hate us. We often have no real idea why or how we can change that.
Most of us could list our weaknesses and the things that we think that we’re no good at, but in order to love ourselves we need to recognise our strengths too.
We live in a materialistic age, where we take for granted all the things that occupy our time and clutter our houses.
My last blog stated reasons why I thought that we should cut ourselves some slack. This one gives ideas of how we can do it.
I came in from work this evening via Sainsbury’s, having done the weekly shop on my way home, and decided that after dinner I would write my blog, practice the harp and book tickets for Sing-A- Long-A-Sound of Music at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham, before I even think about writing up any notes or […]
In my work, I frequently see people with rent arrears, council tax arrears or other types of arrears but today, whilst spending part of my day off catching up with some of my work paperwork, I realised that it is possible to live other parts of life in arrears as well as finance.
Touch is something that most of us take for granted.
Tonight I attended a poetry event at The Muffin Man, a beautiful little cafe in Cheltenham. I spoke briefly to a member of the Cheltenham Poetry Society who had been inspired by Sharon, our current chairman of the society, to write a poem a day.
I have had plenty of reason in the last little while to want to exact revenge.
There are many types of toxic relationships and I wouldn’t have time to cover them all. We come across toxic relationships with partners, work colleagues, families, friendship groups, churches or social groups; in fact just about anywhere that one person meets another.