Everyone and everything else outside of ourselves needs to change, right? But how does that work, functionally, logically, if each of us as individuals also forms the population that could do with change? Continue reading Men are from Earth, Women are from Earth 3/3
What could be some of the self-perpetuating consequences of continuing to perceive differences from the concepts of inevitability, lack, incapacity, responsibility to compensate or irritated condemnation? Continue reading Men are from Earth, Women are from Earth Part 2/3
Are there basic needs and similarities between men and women, often unmet by our society and culture? Do we overlook these similarities by the way in which we perceive the origins of difference? Continue reading Men are from Earth, Women are from Earth Part 1/3
Often reacted to as an awkward issue… The importance of social and personal connection for men in maintaining good mental health (well, important for all humans’ mental health-our society and culture just don’t make this very easy for men).
Part of a series of posts from FB for Mental Health Month Continue reading Men, Mateship and Mental Health
24.10.18 As someone who’s always considered herself a good listener and consistently been sought out and relied upon for her listening and support, it has been humbling to realise over the years how much of an ‘expert listener’ I actually … Continue reading Supporting Someone with a Mental Health Issue
Lots of people feel ‘disconnected’, but it’s not something we often feel comfortable to talk about openly or address intentionally. This is a reflection on the opposite of this and how it’s not beyond our agency to address. Continue reading Connect-a-thon