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The inner critic – an interesting twist

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Acceptance / bullying / Meaning of life and that stuff / Mindfulness / Self acceptance

No doubt you will know what I mean when I talk about my inner critic. It is that ever present voice in my head that tells me I should … do better say or not say something lose weight and exercise more work harder achieve more be happier help others more and so forth I am aware of my inner critic some of the time and at other times it has full rein. This is […]

Weekly writing challenge: The State of the Nation

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Baby Boomers / Blog 2013 / bullying / I believe that... / Political / politics

  WordPress is encouraging bloggers to take on a divisive issue so I have decided to swim with the sharks on this one!   Our Prime Minister, Julia Gillard is doing it tough but I still support her government. Many don’t. Her opponents think she should resign and go away quietly. Julia is our first female Prime Minister. She challenged the former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, in a leadership ballot three years ago and she […]

Bullying in the workplace

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Blog 2012 / bullying / I believe that... / I feel... / Self acceptance / The workplace

WordPress prompt for today – Think of a time you let something slide, only for it to eat away at you later. Tell us how you’d fix it today. Hierarchies rule in Government organisations. I put a lot of work into a document to go up the General Manager for approval. I provided a draft to my line manager and she changed it significantly and sent it up-line to the General Manager. I didn’t see […]