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Who are you?… The role of family in forming our identities.

“I think you travel to search and you come back home to find yourself there.” – Chimanada Ngozi Adichie One of the most important questions we ask ourselves is: Who am I? I read the quote above and thought about how … Continue reading

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The importance of values

The great thing about good parents is that they usually end up being right. I remember having my reasons why I knew better than my mum and dad…Sometimes I still do. Nevertheless I have tasted humble pie and realised that … Continue reading

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Living life to the full!

“You cannot find yourself by only looking to yourself, because in essence that is not where you are. The real you is an expanded self, literally one with the entire world. And so we find ourselves in relationship to the … Continue reading

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Childhood Dreams: Is there a time to let go?

Growing up I always dreamed of being a pop star. Nothing was more exciting to me than being the centre of attention and dressing up. I grew a little then decided I wanted to be an actress, then an MI5 … Continue reading

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The Gift of Change: Who are you really?

  Marianne Williamson in ‘The Gift of Change’ makes the point that as people in a society largely governed by fear and falsehood, we suffer from an “authorship problem”. Williamson goes on to say that “failing to recognise our divine … Continue reading

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