It is always good for #familytime (#czasnarelacje).

Being together at home creates more opportunities for contact among the housemates – both parents and children, as well as between adults. We want it to be genuine #czasnarelacje (#familytime) – to strengthen and develop relationships, and if they have been weak so far, to build them from the ground up. The pandemic situation is a mental challenge both for adults and children. Being closed at home requires special mindfulness and skills to manage your emotions, as well as dealing with emotions express by others. The need to completely reorganize the family life in many homes triggers a lot of tensions, but at the same time it creates conditions to start talking about what is really important, about needs and boundaries, about ways to manage feelings and emotions, about effective ways of communication.

Family time” is a social action of Kulczyk Foundation, “Wysokie Obcasy” and “Gazeta Wyborcza”.

Freedom at home, freedom in life. How to take care of it every day?

“Freedom I love and understand” is a lyric of a Polish song. The ‘I’ is important here, meaning that each of us can perceive freedom differently. What is freedom to you?

 

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My body, my freedom. Why you should like and respect it?

We look in the mirror with curiosity, satisfaction, pride, reluctance, and, unfortunately, with fear at ourselves. Are we aware of how our approach to our own body influences how our children perceive theirs? What do we feel when we hear six-year-olds already complaining about their looks?

 

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My point against yours, i.e. the difficult art of using arguments

We like to be right. What’s more, we like it when others agree with us. There is great satisfaction when we manage to win somebody over. But it’s a difficult art.

If you think that it’s enough to just outshout others or make beautiful speeches to convince people, in most cases you’ll be mistaken. 

 

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Mum and her superpowers. Appreciating Mums, not just on Mother’s Day

For most of us, “mum” was the first word we spoke. It is inseparable from the word “child”, which for our mum we remain forever. Today, we appreciate and embrace our Mums in a special way. Do you appreciate yourself and your uniqueness, Mum?

 

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