There is so much information going about at the moment in our changing world.
I’m just about to come out of two weeks voluntary self isolation after returning from overseas.
For those who are in isolation or will need to self isolate, here are some things that have helped me.
I go through phases when I enjoy time to myself and the solitary quiet.
There are other times when I want feel lonely and want the company of others.
Ever had a problem that seemed too hard to solve?
POOCH is an acronym for a model to assist in problem solving and decision making.
Do you know what you are thinking?
Have you ever stopped to listen to what you are saying to yourself?
Hi, I’m Leeony and I am very interested in the way we respond in our thinking, our emotions and our behaviours when we are grieving. Continue reading
According to a recent article there may be healing power in a cat’s purr and that humans can benefit physically from a purring cat.
Cat purrs have been linked to lowering stress, strengthening bones and even reducing the risk of heart-attack. Continue reading
It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the expectations of Christmas when you have lost a loved one, so give yourself permission to step back and keep things simple. Continue reading
Helping children to understand what goes on at a funeral will assist with the grieving process. Continue reading
Children can feel lonely when they lose someone they love. Here are some thoughts to help support children close to us. Continue reading