What is old? Some time ago one of my children on my asking her a question said, “I just told you that”. I said, “Do you know how many times I had to repeat myself when you were little?” It never happened again. According to my favourite reference book, The Oxford English Dictionary, Ageism is Continue reading “https://www.yvonnekayewisdom.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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This won’t be published before Mother’s Day 2019, but it is still important. Maybe the message will prepare those concerned for the coming year. The “days” I refer to are labeled, Mother’s Day,  Father’s Day, Grandparent’s Day and then Parents’ Day, as if Mother and Father didn’t get gifts the first time. There are celebrations Continue reading “https://www.yvonnekayewisdom.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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I’ve been thinking about this topic for a long time and as we are approaching the dreaded April 15 deadline for taxes many people are very concerned about the new laws and how they will affect most of us.  Understandable. Money has been a long debated issue for many years and to me, a complete Continue reading “https://www.yvonnekayewisdom.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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Some resentments appear to be justified or it’s the holding onto them that causes the trouble. In any group of people, when the question is asked, “Do you have any resentments?” most will hold up their hands. Like anger, it is there. Feeding it is detrimental to one’s overall health and wellbeing. In her book, Continue reading “https://www.yvonnekayewisdom.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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Having been in my various professions for so long, there have been times when I felt I was going nowhere and that my attempts at helping people help themselves was fruitless. Being the therapists’ therapist, I heard this kind of doubting oneself, often. I found the answer to my own dilemmas by becoming a free Continue reading “https://www.yvonnekayewisdom.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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First let me differentiate between HUMILITY and HUMBLE. I know, the recovery programs insist on using humble. Humble to me is groveling, tipping your cap to your betters with body language that brings memories of the serfs in England, bowing to the Lord of the Manor. In the United Kingdom the word handicapped is not Continue reading “https://www.yvonnekayewisdom.com/wp-content/themes/gridd”

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