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  • Who’s responsible for your joy?
    Do you enjoy being held responsible for how someone else feels about themselves? When they feel good and attribute that to us, we feel good. But does it feel good when they blame […]
  • Expect to expect more
    There’s a fallacy out there that it’s possible to live without expectation. Yeah, it’s a fallacy, cos it’s impossible. When you try to live without expectation, you’re defending yourself against being hurt. When […]
  • The right to demand your rights…
    The more we emphasise our rights, the less time we spend understanding our responsibilities. The rights that others have over us is the responsibilities that we have towards them, and vice versa. The […]
  • Telling yourself sweet little lies?
    You lie to yourself most when you tell someone, “You make me feel…” No one can make you feel anything without your permission. You give your permission when you’re more focused on what […]
  • Conveniently judgemental
    Judgement is only ever supposed to be the first step in correcting what’s wrong. Sadly, it’s most often the only step that we take when faced with unbecoming behaviour from others. Worse still, […]
  • Are you abused, or an abuser?
    While abuse is never to be taken lightly, if we’re not careful, we can easily become a tool of the abuser. A betrayal of trust, especially if repeated often, changes the lenses through […]
  • Are you betraying yourself?
    Betrayal stings. It doesn’t always take the form of an explicit breach of trust. Most often, I believe, betrayal is felt when we put in the effort to make significant others aware of […]

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