Category Archives: lying

Some Friends Leave a Hole When They Are Gone

Don’t it always seem to go That you don’t know what you’ve got ‘Til it’s gone Joni Mitchell: Big Yellow Taxi I have come to realise that friends fall into a number of categories, the most valuable being that you … Continue reading

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The Drama Triangles: Childhood Experiences Affecting Adult Life

    Have you ever been on the receiving-end of help & then, for no apparent reason found it all too much, too invasive, too personal & become highly defensive or aggressive towards the person helping you? Have you ever … Continue reading

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“Why Did I Do That?” Childhood Experiences: Seeds Of Our Adult Life

  Have you ever been in a situation where something happens or something is said & you react immediately, later asking the question, “Why did I do that?” or “Why did I say that?” or even “Why did I think … Continue reading

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YOU are Beautiful As You Are

  The message of this blog really is that simple; “YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL AS YOU ARE!” The biggest & I believe, most destructive lie we are sold today is that “You need to look like this, be this, achieve this, … Continue reading

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To Be Liked Or To Be Loved? Starting Where We Are & Reaching Where We Want To Be

    The greatest lie we are told is that we have to earn our worth or value. That is complete rubbish! Each of us is born with an inherent value & worth. As humans, we are built & wired … Continue reading

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Lying: A Self-Help Guide To The Art of Personal Deception

  Originally written as a few thoughts on my Facebook Page, I’d like to delve a bit deeper into the art of lying. Lying is seemingly the passport to success for so many; from friends to media icons to lawyers … Continue reading

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