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He revolutionized how the world does commerce by inventing Paypal. He created the largest rooftop-solar-panel company in USA. He created the first successful fully electric car, which is also the world’s safest family car, which you can run for free … Continue reading
The TED X event at Pittwater (Sydney’s northern beaches) took place last Saturday, and it was a day of mind-blowing, heart-warming, tummy-fulfilling wonders. I felt hugely privileged to speak there, as well as incredibly proud of the luminaries that live … Continue reading
Lu is the author of ‘Let the Baby Drive’, one of the movers-and-shakers of the Attachment Parenting movement in the USA, and much more. We talked about child-rearing and the future of humanity…we covered it all! Sit back, relax, and … Continue reading
Thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful conversation with Tova and Kerri from ‘The Parenting Hour’ in Los Angeles. We covered so much ground; from understanding adolescence, what is going on in the teenaged brain, keeping our communication with our teen children vibrant … Continue reading
The SBS show ‘Insight’, with presenter Jenny Brockie, looked at many aspects of shame – is it adaptive? Is it toxic? Some people poured their hearts out, incredibly moving and very human stories. (some annoying and irritating stuff was also said!) … Continue reading
Are you a mother of young children and near or over forty years old? The author of this article is interested in hearing your thoughts on parenting over forty. Please take a moment to share them in this … Continue reading
For ease of reading, I have re-posted this six-part series in the right order, all together as one piece. I loved writing it. It is chock-a-block full of great news. If you find yourself sometimes thinking that humanity is on a doomsday-gloomsday … Continue reading
Harvard university researchers have been studying over 100,000 mothers since 1989. Mothers who are exposed to air pollutants from high traffic or heavy industry while pregnant in their third trimester are ‘up to twice as likely’ to have a child … Continue reading
Concerned about how your children feel each time they hear about effects that global warming has begun to have? It’s frightening stuff, that’s for sure. So, how can we help them to be empowered in the face of this fear? … Continue reading
Hey, check this out! Here is a course you can take online to become a Certified Prenatal Bonding Facilitator, with the two Directors of the world’s largest Childbirth Education school. A fantastic social-evolutionary advancement.