I recently wrote a very personal blog post about how I was never taught to express my emotions as a kid. It resonated deeply with lots of people, especially parents and landed me an interview on ABC Radio I was inspired to share my story up after watching the SBS doco series "See What You Made Me Do" about … Continue reading 6 resources to help boys talk about their feelings
A few years ago, I kicked a huge dent in my washing machine. I’ve also destroyed a pedestal fan. I’ve thrown coffee cups, thrown chairs, punched walls, and screamed obscenities until my throat hurt. I’ve punched myself in the back of the head and even bitten myself on occasion. Thankfully, I only ever did it … Continue reading Why boys need to talk about their feelings…. now!
When I failed high school for the second time, I thought my life was over. And when the only job I could get, was hosing out dog shit in the kennels at the local dog’s refuge home, everything I feared was confirmed. Bad grades = I’m a failure.No education = I’ll only ever have meaningless … Continue reading Why self acceptance is more important than success
When I was a kid, daydreaming was almost a punishable offence. “STOP WASTING TIME, PAY ATTENTION, SIT UP STRAIGHT! LEARN TO SPELL, LEARN TO COUNT – YOU’LL NEVER GET ANYWHERE IN LIFE IF YOU’RE OFF WITH THE FAIRIES!!” But now we realise how important daydreaming and imagination are in helping to problem solve and think … Continue reading Why it’s more important than ever to let kids daydream
Last year I shared with you a moment when a young boy stood up to his bullies. Little did I know at the time, that moment would go on to inspire the name of one of the world's most unique and important online courses for kids. UPDATE: THE COURSE IS NOW UP AND RUNNING. https://joshlangley.thinkific.com/courses/here-i-am … Continue reading The story behind my online course to help kids with self acceptance