Reframing Guilt as Regret

Reframing Guilt as Regret

Let’s talk about guilt. Ever since Adam and Eve ate the proverbial apple men and women have felt guilty. Sometimes that guilt is justified – we all know someone who has done something awful that they should feel guilty about – and sometimes it is just us being...
Life in the fast lane (not)

Life in the fast lane (not)

It’s like being on a motorway, full of all kinds of vehicles, heading to wherever , with some , all even, needing to take a break at some point,for food, to refuel, a comfort break or whatever. But others, like us , have broken down at the side of the road. Attempts...
Honor Thy Father

Honor Thy Father

“I am in a bind. I have a problem and I need your help,” came the voice over the telephone. My husband and I had just sat down to a late night dinner after a long day of his highly concentrating work as a patent examiner and my juggling a new writing career and...