We have set new goals at the beginning of a new year since ancient times. I
have read that the ancient Babylonians, 4000 years ago are believed to have been the the first people to make New Year’s resolutions and then the Romans made promises of good conduct to the God Janus, for the following year.
It is common to set personal intentions around Diet, Alcohol, Weight, Travel, Career or Business, Education, Hobbies, Self Help and Bad Habits, but do you consider setting any intentions regarding your family life, and specifically your Parenting? Continue reading “Time for a Parenting Detox?”
Change is the only constant
I feel like I’m re-living the lyrics of Paul Young’s hit Wherever I lay my hat at the moment, not because I’m breaking someone’s heart, but because I’m roaming about Kent stopping here and stopping there in holiday lets while our house is being renovated after a flood last year.
Having lived in our house since 1998, I now realise that I don’t do change in my home situation very well, probably because as a child I lived in 9 different houses before I was 18. As a result I longed to put down roots after I was married and had my children.
Continue reading “Helping Children cope with Change”