I’ve always been fascinated by science, especially medical science. When I was a kid, I used to love reading the medical advances section of Readers Digest. I’ve a big believer in western medicine, but my eyes have recently been opened to other options. I’ve mentioned before that we’ve been exploring… Read more »
It sad to say but the harsh truth of living in the modern world is that most of us live our lives in fear. That might sound kind of dramatic but you can see it all of the time. You see people who get trapped in the kind of life that they never wanted and doesn’t make them happy but they put up with it because the idea of something else brings with it the fear of things going wrong and a lot of people really would rather put up with an unhappy life than take that risk.
It’s difficult to explain the reasoning behind it, but the fact remains that our protective instinct kicks in when children are involved – even if you’re not a parent yourself. Most of the successful charities are to do with children. In fact, 53% of the public admit they would rather give money to a charity that looks after people – against 34% for charities that support animals.
One of the most difficult parts of being a student, after actually studying, of course, is knowing whether or not you’ve got enough money to get you through the term. Whilst you may be okay for the first few months, the closer it gets to the end of the term,… Read more »
Children of all abilities may at one point in their lives lack self confidence and self esteem. Growing up is never easy, and there may be times when they feel insecure, unsure, frustrated or discouraged. One way to build up your child’s self confidence is by celebrating important milestones in… Read more »