Fear

“Fear puts people in the hospital” – Les Brown Fear is a primal instinct, passed down from our ancestors to ensure we survive in a variety of dangerous situations. Fear, from a scientific point of view can be categorised as either biochemical (how our bodies respond...

Searching for Imperfect Perfection

I’m not a relationship guru by any means, in fact, so far every single one of mine has failed – that doesn’t mean I didn’t learn a lot long the way. So last night, I was having one of those sleepless nights where the mind wonders, I don’t mind it, the dead of night is...

Absence and Excuses

“It’s a little bit funny, this feeling inside…” – Elton John Firstly, I need to apologize to you for my absence. Here’s my excuse, its long winded and frankly a load of bullshit – to put it simply I lost control. I’ve spend the past month wallowing in self-pity,...

Introverts – Get out of your Comfort Zone

Many people are introverts, and that’s fine. It’s not a bad thing, it’s just their personality. A recent MBTI personality evaluation test revealed that there is a population split (in the US) of approximately 50% introverts and 50% extroverts. That seem pretty even on...

Gratitude – Part 1

“There will be no one like us when we are gone, but then there is no one like anyone else, ever. When people die, they cannot be replaced. They leave holes that cannot be filled, for it is the fate-the genetic and neural fate-of every human being to be a unique...

A Happy Life after Childbirth

“Happy wife, happy life?”. We hear that phrase thrown around and for me, it’s dangerous. It doesn’t rhyme nearly as well but I believe the phrase should be more like “Happy individual, happy couple, healthy relationships, happy and healthy kids”. Kind of rolls off the...