I have been wondering what it is like having children from a man’s point of view. … More Having children – what’s it like for men? (and some tips from a woman)
Doctors are generally acknowledged to be intelligent. We are trained to care for the human body, and are considered the experts on it and how to take care of it. And we care deeply about people and would never knowingly harm them. Indeed, our Hippocratic oath says to “First, do no harm”. So why are doctors killing themselves?
… More Why are doctors killing themselves?
Is childbirth as lovely as we have been led to believe? And is there an expansive way of moving towards it… … More Childbirth – is it lovely?
Sleep is something that many of us struggle with, and this struggle can affect our whole day, indeed our whole life. … More Sleep – a very sacred part of our day
A swim can be so much more than just a swim, if we allow ourselves to deeply feel everything as we move. … More (So much more than a) Swim
I love to walk…and find it is a process….that brings me back to God. … More Walking with God
I have always loved food. Food and drink were what got me through the day, and the prospect of enjoying them at the end of each day sometimes made the day itself more bearable. The only trouble with this was that the food I thought I loved was not necessarily loving me back. … More From foodie to glorious food
I used to think I had to be alone to be myself. … More Stillness and Aloneness
I never thought I would be a “good” mother. … More Being a “Good” Mother
I never intended to have children. I love them and always have, but I did not think I was capable of the long-term, stable, happy relationship that I felt they deserved, and my life was so full that I did not feel I had time for them.
Well, I was right on both counts; but I have had children anyway, and they have enriched my life beyond measure. … More (I Never Intended to have) Children