Updated: Mar 8, 2020
In creative writing, it is important to know how you wish to use words. What are common rules, what is your personal style?
The following articles will give you more clarity on the following subjects:
This is the first part on how parents can make or break a child’s dream in early childhood, conditioning a mindset of either fear and failure or confidence and success. (Includes video.)
Part 2 continues to explain by example how parents can grow themselves in developing greater mental freedom by affording this to their children.(Includes video.)
This article discusses the psychology of learning and advises on how to set up an atmosphere conducive to not only taking in information but also being able to integrate it and develop own discriminate thinking from it.
Here, we go into the meaning of the words as well as their practical application and how to best deliver a critique that uplifts and teaches, rather than destroys and dismantles, causing undue psychological stress on another.
Proverbs play a great role in any language. Here you can find some examples of why they are easily memorable and which stylistic features help them to affect us. These principles can then be used in the creation of your own pearls of wisdom.
Poetry has a vastly differing effect on the human mind than a factsheet or textbook has, even a work of fiction. Therefore, even in modern society, it must have its place if we are to remain rounded human beings that have all their mental and emotional needs met.(Includes video.)
As powerful as words are, silence can be, too. When we truly listen, we build a relationship of trust and intimacy. Needs, thoughts and ideas are freely communicated in an atmosphere that is open and non-judgemental. But how do you listen correctly? Yes, there is an art to it.