Life Lessons shared are some of the most beautiful ways we can connect as human beings, don’t you think? I have learned that sharing your own lessons can bring meaning into your darkest times too. If you can look back with a sense of reflection, and focus on the growth rather than the pain, the life lessons will become an essential part of your healing during life’s toughest times.
I CHOOSE TO BE KIND ONLINE #kindonline
Do you think about every word that you share online? In much the same way that you choose your words carefully when speaking to your partner, children, boss, friends, shop assistants, waiters or others who come your way in real life (well at least I hope you do!), why are so many not choosing to be kind online? The rates of anxiety, depression and suicide seem to be spiralling out of control … most days I worry about my sensitive 7 year old entering the online world and being subjected to the very worst of human behaviour!
The J O Y – T R I B E … is a gathering of the beautiful souls who have enriched my life through blogging and connecting. Every now and then I will share a little interview, or simply some of the ways that someone has made the world a better place.
Yvette documents her experience of severe post natal depression openly through her blog ‘She is Sacred‘ and her social media. I have so much admiration and respect for the people who choose to do this, they are shining the light that is needed by those still trapped in their darkness.