A concept inspired and borrowed from author of Deep Work, Cal Newport, has me both nostalgic about the depth of my last decade and inspired to go even deeper in the forthcoming one. Newport has explored the idea of deep work for years now and more recently has turned his lens to the deep life; a life that is focussed on what really matters from community, craft, and constitution to contemplation.

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And as many extroverts have been desperate and quick to boomerang back out into the social world while introverts are slowly adjusting to find their happy balance, young people with developmental disabilities require a lot more support to transition. And their parents too.

Letters From Renee: Adjusting to Life After Lockdown – December Edition

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This idea can be confronting. The idea that what we don’t address, we project onto other people and situations in our lives. When we are a parent raising growing humans, what we don’t address within ourselves, we can project onto our children.

What We Don’t Address, We Project: Why Parents Shouldn’t Suffer in Silence

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A week rarely goes by without a parent, in one way or another, asking why it is so hard. Psychologists are often asked, by clients and community members why it is that mental health statistics are getting worse, seemingly year on year. Why are our children and adolescents struggling more than ever? Why are parents […]

Five Reasons Why Parenting is Harder Than 30 Years Ago: Why Skilful Parenting Is Essential

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