Monthly Archives: December 2018

Merry Christmas!

As the end of the year draws near it’s time to slow down, time to reflect on the last twelve months, and best of all to take time out with the family and recharge. I for one will be spending … Continue reading

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Male Depression – Why Recognising it is Not Always Easy

Depression is an invisible illness that touches the lives of so many. In some cases, it is hard to recognise. Depression often manifests itself in females differently than in males. This is the reason Why Recognizing Male Depression Can Be So … Continue reading

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Yoga is for Boys Too

Yoga is a great bucket emptier. Not just for adults, but for kids too. And that applies to boys as much as girls. Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive (UK link here), Notes on a Nervous Planet (UK link here) … Continue reading

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Presence Not Presents: Connecting as a Family in December

December is hectic. But it can also be about connecting as a family. The festive period can also be a time to create focus and plenty of bucket emptying moments! Head over to The Good Men Project to read my … Continue reading

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Is My Son Highly Sensitive?

Is there something you can’t quite put your finger on about your son? Have teachers or medical professionals thrown the words autism, ADHD or ADD around without any of them feeling quite right? Does your son wear his heart on … Continue reading

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The 4 Difficulties of Raising Highly Gifted Children

Raising highly gifted children brings its own set of challenges. Being gifted is not just about being smart and quick to pick things up – it’s an intellectual, behavioural and emotional package. The words highly gifted were recently uttered to … Continue reading

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Round Hole, Square Peg: The impact of society’s expectations on highly sensitive boys

Sensitive boys that grow into sensitive men who live their lives based on their unique strengths. Sensitive boys who become men who are proud of who they are, led by authenticity. Without masks. Without walls. Unafraid to be themselves. That’s … Continue reading

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