It often feels (to me at least) that motherhood is one of the last social taboos. Can you have it all? Are full time mothers wasting their potential? Are those who choose not to have children wasting denying their sex? Is it the best thing ever? Can you find it wonderful and woeful all atContinue reading “Motherhood Matters”
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Who am I?
My parents always brought me up to do what felt right for me. Career choices, friendships, hobbies and study, the direction of my life should not be wholly dictated by other people, but in tune with the desires and needs that I as an individual have. Happiness and contentment is the goal, not accomplishment orContinue reading “Who am I?”
‘Do you feel British?’ Rahul asks the audience, as he bounds onto the stage in t shirt and jeans, with a twinkle in his eye, looking like any other teenager. True Brits is an exploration of identity – how it is formed, the different facets influencing it, and what it means to individuals and theContinue reading “True Brits”