A question: What is the most important thing in your life? Are you aware of it? Have you ever talked about it with someone? Maybe it is something so private that you keep it to yourself – it feels too dangerous to share with others. Yes, there is fear associated with verbalising something that is… Continue reading How to find the most important thing in your life
Jenny is sitting in the sunshine on the terrace of her mother’s flat – reflecting back on the last few weeks. Bad news. Her mother has Dementia and has taken a seemingly sudden downturn. Jenny’s sister, the primary caretaker, is on a well deserved holiday, her brother is working in two jobs.
Having lived in many different cultures it gets easier. But it’s not a requirement to be able to enter a new culture and enjoy yourself. Here’s what I learned along the way, and maybe there is something you can take with you on your next journey. For a start, we’re all a mix of genes… Continue reading On immersing yourself into a new culture
Emotions not making sense in your context? A systemic issue could be at play. A human system is like a mobile – if one element doesn’t carry its weight (is heavier or lighter than it should be), the whole system is out of balance. To find out more about the definition of a system and… Continue reading Contemplating Human Systems 1