Delayed gratification refers to an individual’s potential and capability of delaying something pleasurable now. This is in order to obtain something much more rewarding or pleasurable at a later time. Continue reading Is Delayed Gratification Really That Important?
I am a father of three beautiful children. I have no relationship with any of them. I am not absent from their lives by choice. Continue reading Losing Contact With My 3 Children
As regular readers of this blog will be aware I was recently invited to talk about parental alienation as part of a book launch. Colin Ward (twitter.com/ColinWardWriter) the author of his newly published novel To Die For kindly invited me … Continue reading Reflecting on my First Public Speech on Parental Alienation
As I often do, I am reflecting on my current circumstances whilst writing this article. In terms of my current life stressors I am currently going through a high conflict divorce. I am also unjustifiably being denied any contact with … Continue reading The Triad of Empowerment
All too often I find myself reflecting on recent events in my life. Arguably, this could be called pro-crastination, but I prefer to see it as self-reflection. During such a recent period of self-reflection (okay, lets call it pro-crastination for … Continue reading Parental Alienation, Happiness and Personal Growth
Too many of us spend far too much of our lives trying to fit in. Some individuals are lucky enough to be born with an enviable, but healthy disregard for what others may think. Individuals that do not need the validation, … Continue reading To live a life any less than challenging