By: Sandra Galeotti
I cannot help being myself, even when it is embarrassing. As a child, I was a complex individual, but aunts, uncles, grand parents, parents (and pets) have always been the target of unexpected kisses and hugs around the dinner table, or while reading aloud some chapter of a book of my choice, or just passing . . . → Read More: The Inner Child – Oct. 12, Children’s Day in Brazil
Apparently, genuinely harmonious relationships between siblings or between children and parents are not a common feature in families, even in those families which are not dysfunctional by definition. Why is it so? The modern explanation is that we work too much, have a tight daily agenda and stressful life styles, always under all sorts of . . . → Read More: Family Dynamics & Quality Relationships
I’m pretty sure that most of us pass through life completely misguided about what love can possibly be. Literature and dramaturgy have misled us into believing that love is a sort of blind, irresistible force of attraction between two individuals that, more often than not, leads to tragedy, disappointment and pain, with a few cases . . . → Read More: What is Love?