Posts filed under: Emotions

An Invitation

I am thrilled to share that my solo book is scheduled to be published in late June! Yet, I also recognize that this is a challenging time to release a...

Lamenting and Suffering – What The Book of Job Can Teach Us

I just submitted the manuscript of my book to my publishers. And while I am thrilled the manuscript is completed, I can’t help but think how it’s topic and the...

Rest for the Weary Soul

My weary soul yearns for stillness. To find soul rest. Some respite from this relentlessly chaotic, turbulent, uncertain time. Where every day we are being bombarded with news and events...

The Importance of Listening to One Another’s Stories

Our stories matter. Stories are an entry point for us to become known. Where the fertile space is cleared for greater understanding, compassion and appreciation. Where others can be inspired...

The Importance of Sharing Our Stories

We hold tightly to our stories. Afraid to share their truths. Preferring to appear normal, to fit in, we end up hiding behind masks, feeling alone and disconnected. Unknown. We are...

The Two Sides of Routines

Driving the exact same route to work every day. Using a preferred coffee mug. Going year after year to the same place for summer holidays. Putting on our shoes or...

Shifting Our Perceptions of Counselling

I was delighted that the following article I wrote, Shifting Our Perceptions of Counselling, was published on, ‘The Mighty:   “Shifting Our Perceptions of Counselling” I can’t remember a time...

With Love, Ruth and Naomi

The three widows were travelling down the dusty, dirt road. And suddenly, they stopped, and began to talk. And as they talked they began to weep, clinging to each other....

When Nature Sings for Joy

There are moments in life you could just weep for the beauty. Moments, so exquisite, they are like a foretaste of heaven. Where everything aligns. And the veil between earth...

Rewriting A Legacy

His dark eyes glared, his face flushed, his breathing heavy. Agitated, he could barely sit still. A teacher had brought him to my office, because she had caught him fighting...