Monthly Archives: March 2011

Compassionate Parenting – What are you needing?

We are more able to care for others if we first care for ourselves.  Take a moment to reflect on what you are needing in your life and your relationships, and how those needs might be met, before doing the same … Continue reading

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Compassionate Educator – Emotions and environment

What kind of an environment are you creating in your classroom or school?  What kind of behaviours are you noticing from both yourself and the students?  How much of a connection is there between the two?  Once you’ve read through … Continue reading

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Living Compassionately – Respectful language

We often choose to speak to different groups of people in different ways – reflect on how you speak to your family (young and old), to your colleagues, and to your neighbours.  Do you treat them all with the same … Continue reading

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Fish Philosophy

Recently a friend of mine returned one of my favourite books  – FISH! by Stephen C. Lundin and others.  This gorgeous little book made a huge difference to me when I was working in a negative work environment, and helped … Continue reading

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