That's my first full week back in the office after a fortnight of running around trying to do all of the things I would like to, while also working. It's been tricky but worth it. I've managed to see Esther Perel speak in London, which has long been an ambition of mine. I also managed to fit in another break to France, where I plan to move to in the future, to get more research in. So this week of regular office hours and minimal travel has been very welcome.
I say all this as I am about to run off to London for the evening for a meeting - so I'm conscious of the conflict there! And as I often say, being aware is half of the battle.
So here are some links that caught my eye very recently, perhaps we can both read them on our travels this evening.
1) Sheila Heti: ‘Not having children is seen as a minor crime against humanity’ - i Paper
2) Maintaining a healthy relationship with alcohol is an ongoing project - The Pool
3) The good men: inside the all-male group taking on modern masculinity - The Guardian
Laura is an online talking therapist and writer specialising in working with millennials and the LGBTQI+ community.