Introversion, extroversion and Highly Sensitive People
My mother used to say I was like Gretta Garbo, although I didn’t know who Greta Garbo was, I knew that she wanted to be alone.
I was also the kid who was supposed to go on stage to sing Away in a Manger but ended up hiding by my mum with her trying to … Read more
Do nice girls Hate?
I think I mentioned that in the summer I’d played the Transformation Game. I played it to understand more about my relationship with someone, but what came up was Hate.
I’m capitalizing Hate because it felt like a villain who had arrived in my identity with no introduction, invitation or desire.
I’ve never really felt … Read more
Name and Train your Ego
Lovely Man bought me a mini-ipod thingy for my birthday so I can listen to my personal development stuff on long journeys (needless to say, only when I’m alone as he would roll his eyes and kids would revolt!).
So I’ve been listening to Sonia Choquette and I loved this idea of hers.
I’m guessing … Read more
I should know better, really I should. I wrote a whole book; Love Being Me, as a result of time off work with stress…but it’s so hard to spot.
There are two types of stress, as my A level psychology group are in the process of finding out (Thanks to SH for doing the … Read more
‘Fear is the mind killer..’ (and how we scare ourselves)
Youngest son asked me to write this one…about the praying mantis….seen above.
Youngest son and Praying Mantis have spent a long moments of intimate contact together on the beach since we’ve been here. I don’t know if it’s the same Mantis we’ve met twice, or two different ones, but both are big friends with Youngest.… Read more
Bananas, Harry Potter, depression and guilt
Hasn’t it been hot tonight? In fact, we even had to hide from the sun after yesterday’s hours by the lake, at the local sports and then watching The Crucible wrapped in our blankets in the open air…one of those golden days I’d like to bottle.
Memories are so important. In the year after the … Read more