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OMG, it really does happen… your children do grow up!
As I write this week our family has had more than its fair share of life changing moments. My first born son finished his HSC, turned 18 and got a University offer. And it looks like he may also have a job too. My second born son also got his first job at ‘Maccas’.
These were all celebratory, hallelujah moments for us and yet I found myself overcome by sadness, grief and tears.
I was overwhelmed in a full throttle ‘mumma guilt’ moment, gripped by regrets and spiralling into a negative self-talk rant about all things I didn’t do and didn’t give them. “I should’ve been there more, done more, given them more and now it is too late….childhood is done…..I’m no longer required”.
I’ll get straight to the nitty gritty. In your marriage has the spark gone? Are you growing in parallel silos or unevenly or in different directions? Not talking anymore or only about the kids and home chores? Are you missing the affection, intimacy and thrill? Are you feeling bored, unappreciated or even taken for granted? Are you looking enviously at other relationships? Are you having the same fights and never fully resolving disagreements or disappointments? You don’t want to leave and still love each other, but you are wondering how things might be if you did leave? Are you feeling un-resourced and don’t know where to go for support? Maybe you are at the point of wishing for a miracle?
At the coal face of marriage, beyond the
I love beginning a new year. My favourite public holiday is New Year’s Day. Christmas is done and dusted, summer is in full swing, people are still in a festive, relaxed holiday mode and the Universe gives us a fresh canvas.
It’s a cosmic dose of hope and love
New Year usually begins with a sunrise salute and giving thanks followed by a plunge in the ocean. Then I cast my gaze up and ahead, and begin the dreaming. Dreaming big; grand and bold. I will mind map my desires, vision board them into tangible realness, set goals and make plans.
When I used to work in corporate, we would set our goals and targets or KPIs for the year, but that was always a dreary exercise. You may be familiar with the workplace term – SMART goals. Make
As I write this today, Trump has just been elected and my eldest son today turned 17.
The leader of the ‘free world’ has a new President Elect. The first-born in our home is almost a man. I don’t know how either of these things just happened! Both have left me rocked and gobsmacked and a bit scared. Both set us down a course of nothing I’ve ever known before.
What do these two things colliding on the same day, sharing the same timing in history, possibly have for me as message and wisdom? I look to Father Time and the comforting patterns found in the evolving of life and love to soothe me.
Hopefully for both situations any extreme reactions will have met in the middle, we will have adapted to new environmental conditions and time
There was a recent episode on SBS Insight about new approaches to aged living, and in particular, broadening the options to more holistically and individually cater for the needs and wishes of families. It was heartening the conversation was being aired and scary in the same breath at the lack of choice.
Currently, unless you are independent, both physically, mentally and even financially, the options for seniors as they move into the remainder of their lifetime, narrows significantly. For most, whilst the desire to maintain autonomy and stay at home is paramount, often this option is not available or practical.
Should a person need help, their first wish is to have a partner or family take care of them, but often that is not available.