5 Ways to Show Love to Your Teenagers

How do you communicate with your teenager when you seem to speak different languages? ⠀⠀It’s a question that often comes up in coaching. Parents want to have a healthy, loving relationship with their teens but sometimes don’t find it as easy as when the kids were younger. ⠀⠀It can seem as if the teen isContinue reading “5 Ways to Show Love to Your Teenagers”

United against hate

All day I’ve been mulling over ideas for today’s blog post.  All day that is, until I heard the news about Jo Cox MP.  A brilliantly talented woman who believed in the power of politics to bring about change and help those without a voice.  Having previously worked as a Charity campaigner and an Aid Worker, sheContinue reading “United against hate”

The temptation to ignore Valentines Day

I hadn’t planned on writing about marriage or Valentines this week.  In fact I’d planned to write about valuing those girlfriends in our worlds who encourage us to be all we are called to be.  But it was one of those girls in my world who inspired this post. You see I’ve been married for 15 years.Continue reading “The temptation to ignore Valentines Day”

If You Don’t Ask You Don’t Get Part 2

In my last post I wrote about how I’d been given something as a result of my persistent asking!  I’d drawn a parallel between my experience and a story Jesus told about a persistent widow and answered prayer.  As I pressed the “Publish” button I felt quite pleased with  what I had written, but itContinue reading “If You Don’t Ask You Don’t Get Part 2”

If You Don’t Ask You Don’t Get

It’s become a bit of long standing joke in our office; if ever anyone needs a new phone or computer I suggest they buy Apple. Yes, I know they are more expensive than many of their competitors, and yes, I know it does the same job as any other brand.  However, I enjoy being gullible enough toContinue reading “If You Don’t Ask You Don’t Get”

What I Learnt Reviewing 2015

I love New Years. I love the feeling of a blank canvas, a year unspoilt, full of possibility and adventure.  I often take the opportunity of a New Year to set goals, plan events and look forward, but rarely take the time to look back and learn. This year I was challenged to do justContinue reading “What I Learnt Reviewing 2015”