Monthly Archives: November 2012

To Feel A Gender

I am sorry @clementine_ford to inundate you with verbiage but your question was so interesting. “How do you think someone feels like a gender?” After much thinking about basics like nature v nurture etc, I took myself and the dog … Continue reading

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Equity

I spent most of today shopping in the Canberra Centre. As its name suggests it is a shopping centre in the middle of our national capital. Initially I was very impressed. The average age of customers was about 30 years … Continue reading

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Is Christmas Dinner Really Worth It?

This is a first, and undoubtedly a last for me. A post about food. I have just been gently coerced by a lovely daughter-in-law into hosting a cold Christmas dinner this year. Now don’t get me wrong, I love salads … Continue reading

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Rights and Responsibilities

In my childhood we were taught more about responsibilities than rights. We soon realized, as life went on, that there were rights too. By the time we went to University most of us realized that rights were recognized unevenly throughout … Continue reading

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ADHD

As a retired child and family psychologist I can now detail how I’ve watched with dismay, during my working life, the growth of the distinct “syndrome” ADHD. I am certainly not suggesting that there is not a problem and I … Continue reading

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