One in nine male and female relationships end in severe physical abuse.
A relationship is one in which two people are happy, loving and stable which is built on trust, respect and honour.
What’s your relationship like. Some good advice can go a long away.
Have a Good Night’s Sleep
When I heard on the news that ‘lack of sleep is linked to early death.’
Source BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8660373.stm
I counted my lucky stars that I can fortunately get eight hours sleep a night. Literally when my head touches the pillow, I’m out within seconds. For my partner it’s different. While I am dreaming away, he’s still awake reading a book or playing games on his lap top.
Choosing the Right School
Choosing a school for your child can be stressful. Parents are understandably worried, how can I be sure my child will be happy?
Most schools hold open days for prospective parents. They are a good way for you and your child to see the school’s facilities and meet staff and students. These days can dispel doubts and raise them. They give you with a ‘feel’ for a school, an idea of its atmosphere and ethos.
Taking Depression Seriously
According to a recent article in The Guardian ( 3rd April, 2010), at least 15% of the UK population are presently suffering from depression and those affected have dramatically soared since the onset of the recession. Depression is of course a major barrier to personal Wellbeing and there are significant taboos surrounding it. Whilst it is a medical condition, it is, in essence an invisible illness with mostly non physical symptoms hidden beneath the surface of the skin.
How to Break Bad News to your Children
Breaking bad news to anyone can be difficult and it can be even worse to children. Whether it is a divorce, an illness in the family or Dad losing his job, projecting the right choice of words to make the child understand is essential in a delicate situation.