Scheduling work and family life
Work experience

Scheduling work and family life

Now, this is going to be a post that most readers who are working mothers are probably going to enjoy. It would be cursory of me to say that I wouldn’t be surprised if my editor mails me to say that I’ve had such huge feedback from this post, but I’m too modest and realistic for that. Also, I’m not even sure yet what I’ll be writing and how the rest of this post is going to pan out. One thing I do know, as the title has shown, I’ll be sharing my own thoughts on how I manage to ...

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When a loved one takes his life
Dealing with traumas in life

When a loved one takes his life

It is never easy to talk openly about personal experiences in life, particularly if they have been tragic. But, as the sands of time shift, that necessary process does become easier. This is a subjective thought, but I also feel that it differs from person to person. It really depends on the woman’s personality and how deep the scars are. It could also depend on the type of friends or family she has about her and, in their turn, how receptive they are to being good listeners and offering support where it is needed. In my case, I was very ...

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