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The taboo of violence and the need for parental authority, Part 2

Violence is inherent to human condition. It is born of the frustration of our omnipotence, our vital energy. This violence that we want to restrain and ignore, has a price to be paid. The inevitable circulation of this violence means that if the parents do not take responsibility for it, it comes to the child

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The taboo of violence and the need for parental authority

Violence is inherent to human condition. It is born of the frustration of our omnipotence, our vital energy. This violence that we want to restrain and ignore, has a price to be paid. The inevitable circulation of this violence means that if the parents do not take responsibility for it, it comes to the child

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Le tabou de la violence et la nécessité de l’autorité parentale

La violence est inhérente à la condition humaine. Elle naît de la frustration de notre toute-puissance, de notre énergie vitale. Cette violence qu’on veut brimer et ignorer à un prix à payer. La circulation inévitable de cette violence fait que si les parents n’en prennent pas la responsabilité, elle ressort chez l’enfant qui n’a pas

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The Power of the Mind Part II

The Power of the Mind Part II The reasons of today’s life-altering issues like depression, anxiety and poor awareness Nowadays, depression and anxiety are increasingly common. One of the reasons I see behind it, is today’s loss of references. Everything has become relative. Political correctness killed right or wrong, better or worse. Ideology like the

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The Power of the Mind

The Power of the Mind “You have power over your mind, not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” Marcus Aurelius A few weeks ago, I was invited to participate to “Pause Salon, Power of the Mind” where I had the pleasure to share my thoughts with like-minded individuals. Knowing that the participants

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Mental Health Month Talk: Power of The Mind, May 10

I am happy to share that I will be speaking at the upcoming PAUSE SALON, ‘POWER OF THE MIND’. This is very exciting for me as the month of May marks ‘Mental Health’ month,  which is important to me. Some questions that the panel and I will be exploring are as follows: – Just how

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WELLBEING & ITS IMPACT ON BUSINESS

WELLBEING & ITS IMPACT ON BUSINESS Wellbeing is the state of being healthy and happy with our self, our relationships and throughout all aspects of our life, including work. Research* shows us that there is a direct impact of our employees’ wellness on their job performance. Employees’ wellbeing can: How do you become an employer

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Christmas Blues & Family Stress

CHRISTMAS BLUES AND FAMILY STRESS Christmas tree, decorations, gifts, the holiday atmosphere is synonymous with family reunions, fun and good mood.  Nevertheless, nostalgia, the anxious need to display a feigned and normal joy, the race for gifts and the end-of-year questioning mean that holidays can be stressful. Beyond its religious symbolism, Christmas confronts us with

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Le Blues de Noël & Stress Familial

LE BLUES DE NOEL ET LE STRESS FAMILIAL Sapin, décorations, cadeaux, l’ambiance des fêtes sont synonymes de retrouvailles en famille, de plaisir et de bonne humeur. Néanmoins, nostalgie, anxiété de devoir afficher une joie feinte et normée, course aux cadeaux et remise en question de fin d’année font que les fêtes peuvent parfois être porteuses

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Why Meditate?

As a researcher in Affective Sciences, I explored the structure of our affect, which is the present feeling that is our life. I discovered that it is supported by the three dimensions: activation, tension and representation. These same three dimensions define us at any moment of our life. In other words, we live in those

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Back to school!

First day at the nursery, kindergarten, elementary school or college: all these first times make us grow. These back to school times are as many rites of passage, symbolic points of rupture allowing our children to gain in maturity and autonomy. However as parents, we have to accept them as well… It can stir feelings

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