When I moved permanently to England in 2011 after marrying my husband, I was in a situation where I had no earthly possessions. I literally moved here with the clothes in my bags, all the books I could carry, my kindle and my laptop. Because I had not planned on emigrating (I had come to[…]
Feeling guilty never did anyone any good nor does it have any magic power to be able to change the past. No matter what kind of day you have, I love the fact that every day comes to an end. Every day you get to go to sleep at night and you get to wake[…]
Following on from yesterday’s blog, as you may know October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, so this blog shows you what healthy relationships look like versus abusive relationships. Healthy Relationships versus Abusive Relationships Healthy Relationships Non-Threatening Behaviour Your partner talks and acts in a way that leaves you feeling safe and comfortable doing and saying[…]
Genuine love means respecting the humanity of the other person, wanting what is best for him or her and supporting the other person’s self-esteem and independence. Abuse is the opposite of love, if a person abuses you; they are demonstrating that they only care about themselves. Sometimes abusive relationships are easy to identify; other times[…]
Time to take responsibility for your own actions and stop condoning stress and other factors for abusing or murdering your partner or children!
This is going to be a bit of a tough blog entry but I feel pressed to write about this as I think it’s really important. Bullying, domestic violence, abuse, physical punishment, are all social matters very close to my heart, subjects that I would eradicate with the wave of a wand, if I could.[…]