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Couple “Things”

Couple “Things”

Couple “Things” Love. The deep kind and level of relationship we can think of but also the most delicate one, swinging to find a fragile equilibrium. There are many things Love is associated with, often consisting in a series of infinite prejudices, learning us that being in a couple relationship with someone is mostly a matter(…)

Relationship in Reading| Of Mice and Men

Relationship in Reading| Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Of Mice and Men is a novel written by the American author John Steinbeck’s in 1937. The hard-to-read aura that accompanies the book is mostly due to the author’s famous fame, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962. The novel’s style is simple; using the language of the(…)

If Yes is Yes if No is No

If Yes is Yes if No is No

If Yes is Yes if No is No: The importance to maintain promises Mom, can we go to the park? Can I use your phone? Tomorrow can I go to my friend? Always running, with thousands of things to do and anxious to accomplish thousands of goals, we often respond to the questions of our children superficially and,(…)

Boys don’t cry

Boys don’t cry

Boys don’t cry The friendship between boys seems to work better than the one between girls. Is this real or just a stereotype? And if it is really better, what’s the secret of this kind of male synergy? We use to refer to male friendship with some clichès. For example, they talk less – or rather(…)

It’s child’s play!

It’s child’s play!

It’s child’s play How many times does our son tell us “play with me!“ We would like our kids to learn to play by themselves, but we do not realize how many things we can learn from them and with them playing together! Games are considered by adults as childish, but actually, they are a very serious thing. Even younger children, just(…)

Relationship

Relationship

Relationship A relationship is an agreement that has much to do with trust and complicity. The relationship can be interpreted as an exchange with others and a self-definition process resulting from it. Every relationship in our life helps us to know ourselves, molding our personality. In this sense any kind of profound interaction is prolific, whether it(…)

Pippi Longstocking – Sara

Pippi Longstocking – Sara

Be cheeky and wild and wonderful “I had never tried it before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that.” BE CHEEKY: much of Pippi’s magic has to do with her cheekiness, which means not to considerate other’s expectations. Saying what she really thinks is part of her absolute sincerity. “I am the sea and nobody(…)

Magic Tales – Pippi Longstocking

Magic Tales – Pippi Longstocking

  Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking   From the novel by the Swedish author dating back to 1945 to the Seventies TV series, Pippi Longstocking’s image has nowadays its own life and has become a part of our imagination as a symbol of independence and outside the norms extravagance. Pippi has what it takes to be part of the rebel girls, she(…)

The Magic of Being True to Yourself

The Magic of Being True to Yourself

The Magic of Being True to Yourself Teorically each one states that what they want to teach their children are: loyalty honesty reliability altruism generosity being true to yourself However, in facts, what seems to be natural is that what we teach children and we “demonstrate with our behavior” is quite different: craftiness opportunism individualism(…)

Magic in Reading | The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Magic in Reading | The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz   Oscar Wao is a teenager forced to face the challenges of being constantly mocked by peers for his weight and for his little savoir-faire with girls. He is the typical nerd who spends his days playing role-playing games and writing the novel that will make(…)