A few days ago my study shelves pulled away from the wall forcing me to dismantle them before everything came crashing down on me. In the process I came across the Relationship Vision my husband and I created a few months before we married. I can remember the day we created it. It was on the third day of an Imago workshop we attended back in April 2006.
Looking through our Relationship Vision I wondered whether it had been a valuable exercise and if any of it had actually become a reality. I am delighted to say that the answer to both questions was a resounding yes! That said, there are a number of things we have yet to achieve but this is because they are longer term goals, such as financial security and having children.
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Posted by Kerry-Lyn on 20/09/10 at 02:32pm
Let’s face it technology is fabulous! It helps save lives, gives us instant access to knowledge and information as well as positively connects us in ways that were never previously possible. Take this blog entry for example – technology facilitates my ability to share experiences and knowledge with you as well as gather feedback and build a community with like minded people. None of which was possible as little as ten years ago.
That said, what is really catching my attention right now is the number of people who are using technology, in particular email, text and instant messaging, as a way to get their point of view across, express frustrations, avoid or provoke confrontations and even call someone to action. I am hearing, in equal measures, that using technology as a primary form of communication for these purposes means interactions oscillate between positive and connecting and messy, time consuming, frustrating and disconnecting.
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Posted by Kerry-Lyn on 06/09/10 at 12:35pm