Ideas worth sharing this month – May 2021

Kia ora, welcome to you all.

I’ve decided as both a way to archive what treasure I’ve found and a way to contribute, I’m going to share podcasts, TED talks, organisations, short films, articles I get value from. Perhaps what I’m learning may help learning for you and others.

Dividing up the Domestic Mental Load – RNZ

Untangling the Anxiety Loop – RNZ

Ben Fenton: the importance of fairness in modern times – RNZ

Short ‘Vid’
On MARAE TV: The Transition from Wahine to Tane

On ‘How to ADHD’: What is Executive Function and Why do we need it?

‘What happened to you’ by Oprah and Bruce Perry

Neuro-diversity what is it?

What is Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)?

Nick Cave’s ‘The Red Hand Files’

WeCanDoHardThings (with Glennon Doyle): Boundaries: Are too few (or too many) why we stay stuck

OnBeing (with Krista Tippett): When things fall apart

OnBeing (with Krista Tippett): In inner landscape of beauty with John O’Donohue

Alain de Botton: The School of Life (an emotional education)
The chapter on affairs, and the chapter of unrequited love, I found particularly interesting

Alice Boyes, PhD: The Healthy Mind Toolkit (simple strategies to get out of your own way and enjoy your life).
I especially enjoyed the ‘Solving Sabotaging Patterns in Romantic Relationships: Micro-Action Plan’.

Waiting patiently on my shelf:
Sarah Wilson’s ‘The one wild and precious life.’
Dr Stuart Shanker (with Teresa Baker): Self-Reg: How to help your child (and you) break the stress cycle and successfully engage with life.

What others have recommended:
Book: Joe Dispenza: You are the placebo
Book: Mona Delahooke: Beyond Behaviours (using science and compassion to understand and solve children’s behaviour challenges)
Podcast: Sam Harris: Sam Harris is a neuroscientist, philosopher, New York Times
best-selling author, host of the Making Sense podcast, and creator of the Waking Up App.:
Podcast: Jay Shetty (Think Like a Monk):

What have you been reading, sharing, learning about?

I hope you’re thriving wherever you are in the world, and/or there’s a moment of wonder for you today.

Go well,
Emily with wild & grace

I love reading your comments, kia ora for taking the time to share your thoughts

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