For those of you that have followed my blog you will know that is has been some time since my last post. So, before we get into the theme of […]
A Father Without a Family
Jason Owen Broadcast & Communications Engineer:
A 44 YO divorced dad trying to unravel the lexicon of divorce and its emotional cost...
Studying, working, and loving my children...
This seemingly innocent question posed by my 12-year-old daughter initially passed over like most other simple questions with my answer being, “of course sweetheart, girls can be anything they want to be!”
The relationships in our lives fill our soul, they make us laugh, cry and everything in between. The moments of heart-ache, and an aching heart, the times of shear love, […]
Looking back to look forward. What works for me, and what I have learnt!
For nearly 25 years now, I have been fortunate enough to have a career(s) that includes travel. Be in local, interstate, or international the chance to travel offers up a […]
Growing up as an only child, my family was a small one. Born to working class parents I had a great connection to my grandparents, my mum and my dad. I truly is something I am eternally grateful for.Growing up as an only child, my family was a small one.
Great post for any father who might get pigeonholed along the way… Thanks for balancing the playing ground Rosie 🙂
Out in front there is fresh air, ‘eyes forward’ as the saying goes. So what gets you out in front when it comes to mental health? With the emotional struggle of divorce, depression and anxiety behind me, a new purpose and a selfless partner, I thought it pertinent to share some of the key ingredients I needed in order to move on from the dark past of a marriage breakdown.
You can conquer the darkest places in your mind if only, you learn to open your eyes… Strength is it that you need? Then learn to control whats inside, what […]
Is it a quality we learn, or one we are borne with? Is it a condition we adopt only after having faced our own demons or tragedy’s, or is it […]