Entries by Tania Kuehn

Easy Words

It starts out so innocently. He or she or they — a co-worker, a friend, some neighbours — say it so seemingly easily: “We’re planning to_____! This weekend, I’m going to _____. I’m happy about my ____” I usually carry on with the conversation without showing what’s going on inside. Not because I’m suppressing or […]

What Gives You Joy?

I was intrigued when I first read the title of a book a few months ago. Well, intrigued, and also a bit dubious. And so, I just had to read it! The book? “Joyful: the surprising power of ordinary things to create extraordinary happiness” by Ingrid Fetell Lee. As it turns out, I loved it. […]

Social Studies

When I’m interested in learning more about a subject, I read, read, read. Often I read about relationships, because – guess what! – those are kind of a big deal. A few years ago, I went through a phase or two of wanting to learn more about my relationships with my family of origin, and […]