Anger Iritation, anger, furiousity…is it manageable? Imagine that a prime minister cannot control himself during a press conference. At some point, when he doesn’t like something, he gets sarcastic or even worse he starts raising his voice, gesturing aggressively, even cursing, or kicking a chair or he walks away without saying a word. The incident
Loneliness after expat divorce is an extra challenge for those who stay in a foreign country. Because it had a major impact om me, hier I share the steps on how to combat the loneliness after divorce, making the best out of your life and become happy wherever you are.
Recently there is a lot in the media about the limitations that people experience due to the pandemic. You may experience them yourself. Then you may feel kind of robbed – of your freedom (freedom of movement, work, vacation etc), – of your stability and / or the familiar order of things, ways of doing,
Big Things Have Small Beginnings – T. E. Lawrence Today, exactly 75 years after the liberation of the Netherlands we celebrate freedom. Luckily this has always been important to a majority of us. On a day like this, the word “freedom” has an extra dimension. Today more than ever we are conscious of what it
It is difficult to comprehend when major changes make you lose your ground, let alone when it comes to health. I speak from my own experience when I say that to get through it requires a lot from you. Years ago, just after a few months living in Beijing, bird flu broke out in China.