At some point, all of us have felt that achy hurty feeling of loneliness. It can make us doubt ourselves or wonder if we’re unlovable. Of course we’re not unlovable in the slightest, but when loneliness pays us a visit, we can often feel so empty and sad, that we end up wondering if there’s something wrong with us. Tune in to today’s episode to find out more about what you can do about that if you want to.
Nothing stays the same forever lovely listener. I’m not very good with that – with endings. So, as the year draws to a close I want us to look back together and see how far we have come. I want us to really take stock of all the new things we have learnt and appreciate how wonderful our world is. This clears the way for what lies ahead of us in the New Year and we can embrace it with clarity and confidence.
The excitement levels whizz off the charts at Christmas time. Your child’s energy is prone to getting very big as the anticipation of all the sugar, presents and family time buzzes all around them.
Do you ever wish that your life was like other people’s? Do you want what they have got? I think we’ve all felt like this at times but, it doesn’t feel great not liking the life we have and comparing ourselves to others. As we approach Christmas and the crazy gets turned up a notch, lots of children get jealous of their siblings and friends, or want what they can’t have. Jealousy can leave children feeling left out and unseen for who they are. So let’s explore that more today!
Lots of you have been telling me you’ve got a shouty teacher at school who you are scared of. I used to have one of those too. In fact, in life, there are quite a few shouty people who cross our path. We can’t get rid of all the shouty people in the world because sometimes, we can be a shouty person. What we can do is deal with it in a different way. Are you ready?
Today’s episode is about a serious subject. Well actually; it’s the source of fun and pleasure for many of us. It’s something most of us use every day. Some of us plan our lives with it and some of us feel lost without it. It’s something that connects us to the people we love, but it can also be the reason some children get bullied. If I’m honest, I think I would struggle to live my life without it. What could it be?