Tag: Behavior

A Good Guy

This post started me thinking. I often write about the hypocrisy of certain zealots of feminism and the double standard by which they seem to operate (bear with me, this post isn’t going there). Rather, I’m thinking about a different double standard. Millions of… Continue Reading “A Good Guy”

Change requires …changing

My latest column in the May issue of bazaar Kuwait. http://issuu.com/bazaarmagazine/docs/bazaar_may_2015/78

Chronic Health Issues and the “Spoon Theory”

Chronic illness impacts life in ways that are difficult to explain to those who are healthy. The “Spoon Theory” is a good start.

THAT Kid… | Reblog

Remembering that all behaviour has a cause will help with the frustration level when it comes to THAT kid.

Women and Shaming

I’m a fan of Brené Brown. I’ve seen her TED talks, and read her book. I admit to hunting up bits and bytes of her on YouTube. She has a lot of good stuff to say, and it’s backed by research, data, and statistics.… Continue Reading “Women and Shaming”