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Tips in Friendship Etiquette [1 min video]

Lessons in Friendship Etiquette –

Is it wise to send a text message to a friend or loved one when there’s something important (or potentially upsetting) to get off our chest?…

Here’s a lesson learned from comedian Susan Brame on thinking twice before sending a text message.

Worth considering: can it wait for a face to face meeting or atleast a phone call?

Also worth remembering that people can react quickly and defensively when instant-messaging back.

It can take courage to say what we honestly feel in person, but it shows how much we value the person and how much we’re prepared to make an effort to work at the friendship.

Thanks to South Australian comedian Susan Brame for sharing her experience.

What life lessons have you learned in friendship or relationships? Do you have a top tip? Or do you have a question you’d like answered? Would love to hear from you. 

Time for a heart to heart? [4 minute video]

Hi there,

Myfanwy here. Hot off the edit suite, here’s my new video…

I’ve been filming experts and people from all walks of life as little ‘tasters’ for Enlighten Me…

When I interviewed Hay House author Dr Menis Yousry about Love, Relationships and Heartbreak, he raised a much bigger issue that I felt deserved its own little film.  I’ve called it “#Face_Time”. Although it could just have easily been called “The Love Connection”, which I thought of just as I finished it!. (I think I’ll call the next project that title).

I hope you find it a reflective, calming and heart-touching short film, especially at this time of year.

I’d love to read your comments below.

Wishing you all a beautiful Christmas full of love (and enlightenment!).

🙂 Myfanwy

PS.  I’m filming and curating videos of elderly people sharing their life lessons. Perhaps you could interview your parents or grandparents during the holidays –  and capture their words of wisdom?


How our upbringing affects relationships

Here is an ‘Enlighten Me…TV’ interview with Dr Menis Yousry;  who has helped over 30,000 people to find peace and harmony within their families and relationships.

Menis is a family therapist and runs a life-transforming course around the world called ‘Essence’: http://www.essence-foundation.com.

So, how does our upbringing affect our love relationships?…

Some enlightening and insightful thoughts from Menis, including…

Many people subconsciously either a) copy their parents or b) try and become the exact opposite of them. Worth knowing because some of us go to great lengths to do this, which can hinder our life path and our own love relationships.

The video was self shot in London.

🙂 Myfanwy

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