Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer recounts shared childhood trauma: ‘In it together’

“Our father was a quiet and constant source of love, but our mother wasn’t cut out for maternity. Not her fault, she couldn’t do it,” he said. “While she was packing her stuff to leave, she promised Diana [then aged five] she’d come back to see her. Diana used to wait on the doorstep for […]

Spirit Molecules: Allies for Healing from Trauma

When the Spanish arrived in Mexico they suppressed not only the sacramental use of the mushroom, called Teonanacatl by the Nahua, meaning “Flesh of the Gods” but also ritual foods such as Amaranth, both of which were safeguarded by indigenous peoples for the future. By all accounts, use of Teonanacatl, alcohol and other mind-expanding ritual substances […]

Film available on YouTube shines light on childhood cancer

The documentary Journey to Hope highlights the musical by the same name that was originally performed in 2016. The project gave its young performers an opportunity to put a voice to their individual battles with cancer. “At no point did I feel like we had to really truly act. You know, I felt like we […]

How Triggers From Your Childhood Shape Your Parenting

Virtually all of us, unless we’ve done a lot of work on ourselves. No matter how loving and responsive our parents were, most of us drew some conclusions from our childhood experiences that don’t serve us. And there were bound to be times when you experienced something that was overwhelming for you. Because it was […]

Aotearoa in 20: Rue-Jade Morgan’s Māori culture carried him out of a childhood surrounded by gangs to a life of helping others

Mum’s boyfriend made me sit in the corner with the dogs. I had a big collar. I didn’t have a dog bowl I had a green cat bowl. I was not allowed to use my hands to eat. I had to eat like a dog. I had to bark to get attention from the adults. […]

ANDREW DOYLE: Now that BLM has gone mainstream our children are being brainwashed by a divisive new dogma that I fear will stoke, not heal, racial tensions

This kind of knee-jerk response is understandable. Nobody in a civilised society approves of racism, or would tolerate it in the workplace. But the unthinking application of Critical Race Theory is having the unintended consequence of making our society more racist, not less.

Muslim Rape Gang Survivors: ‘Groomers Are Still Abusing Girls in Rotherham’

In some cases, authorities made the victims feel that they were racists for identifying the ethnicity of their abusers, and even suggested that the underaged girls’ victimisation was a “lifestyle choice” and that they were prostitutes.

Autistic 13-year-old Linden Cameron in serious condition after police shot him ‘several times’ during ‘mental episode’

Salt Lake Mayor Erin Mendenhall said in a statement on Sunday: “While the full details of this incident are yet to be released as an investigation takes place, I will say that I am thankful this young boy is alive and no one else was injured.

When is Paris Hilton’s documentary released and how to watch?

What happens in the trailer for the Paris Hilton Documentary? In the trailer (which you can watch above) Paris reveals that she has been “putting on an act” for the world, and the Paris Hilton we see on the red carpet, is a far cry from her real self.

Woman gets pancreas transplant because she’s petrified of needles

It’s not too strange to hear about a diabetic undergoing a pancreas transplant. What’s unusual here is that the transplant was necessitated by the UK patient’s extreme fear of needles—the first time that’s happened anywhere in the world, the BBC reports.