Jane and I discuss a recent Liberal government announcement including how men and boys need to sit down and come up with a solution to the problem–like it is all our fault. I did manage to find a bit of research that suggests that it is not always men who are the perpetrators but can certainly be the victims as well. click below to hear the rest of the discussion–
Jane and I started an interesting conversation on the subject of how many people give up much too quickly when having to accept a new way of living their lives, or a new crisis of some kind that could interfere with their ‘life plans’. My point was that instead of ‘capitulating’-giving in we need to learn how to adapt to our new circumstances so that we can still have most of what we set out to have or enjoy. So we discuss some simple ways of doing that. It’s like any other skill–it takes imagination and practice.
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Greetings: This week Jane and I discuss the age old issue of managing change–choosing to adapt to new situations or changes in our lives as opposed to just giving in or giving up feeling victimized. Often times folks just don’t want to fight the system any longer because they feel they can’t win anyway so what’s the point. The point is the difference between feeling as though you have some power by learning how to adapt and just giving up-capitulating.
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Greetings folks. Well Jane and I sorta disagreed with something I had said about parents and parenting and so that became the topic of our conversation this week. I said that I thought if parents weren’t prepared to make their kids their #1 priority then they should not have had kids in the first place. Jane had some other thoughts and shared them with me. See for yourself what she had to say.
This week Jane and I got down to exchanging personal philosophies with a good discussion regarding the BIG question that plaques a great number of people: “What is my purpose?” “What is it that I am supposed to be doing?” “Why am I here?” I see it as a very basic uncomplicated process or it can be–Jane had another view and explanation that was great and one that works very well for her. Check it out by clicking on the U-tube link below.
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Jane and I talk about what happens to the family unit when one of the kids comes home from being away at school for the school term. It can be very disturbing in terms of routines and most kids really struggle trying to find their place in the family again. We came up with some ways to help re-unite the family unit without causing a lot of grief for the parents.
Greetings-this week Jane and I discussed the importance of belief systems and how we are really held hostage by them from an early age. Many adults find that they are curious or even concerned about the strength of our emotions when it comes to decision making and why we feel as we do. For the rest of the conversation and to understand more about how to change these beliefs click on the link below.
Jane and I comment on the Teachers vs. the Board in the recent negotiations. My position was simple-heres a period of time for both sides to get together and settle the deal over the summer. No deal–it starts costing BOTH sides per day–1000.00 per day. After a week it goes to 5000.00 per day-and after that it doubles per day. The kids should not be the ones who get penalized and most of us know that it is not the teachers working in the learners best interests nor is it the board. For the board–do they have to pay the teachers if they are not working? There is never a guarantee of retro pay as part of a settlement–not should there be.
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