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... my time here in Lilongwe. I have made my fair share of friends here that I have said goodbye to including Heath, Brittany, Markell, and the other world racers in my first few weeks here, then the inclusive education teachers from Radford University in the States, our main man Chad, and Sara and the doctors. Now I am going to be the one that is leaving having to say goodbye to my favourite ladies Lauren and Baylee, the staff at Mabuya Zoe, ...
HAPPY CANADA FRIENDS AND FAMILY! Today, Shauna and I got to present to the guidance counsellors in training how to reflect during counselling a client using content, feeling and an understanding of the information they have already collected from the client. It felt so good to get up in front of the crowd and bring some of the ice breakers I had learned at camp, then continue to keep them engaged by including them and incorporating examples from my ...
... for myself. For those that don't know me may think this is quite self conceded or ignorant of me. However the truth is I have always been able to celebrate others success and positive qualities easier than my own, and did not accept or believe others when they told me I was good at something. However through interviewing students, headmasters and teachers and training individuals to be guidance counsellors I have had to be ...
Today due to exams our meeting with the Mental Health Club at Chisapo was cancelled therefore we had a day of rest and to get caught up on some homework, housework, health and financial stuff. Still not feeling great, I looked into going into town to see a doctor, I later found out that there was only one expat doctor ( Dr Young) in Lilongwe that would be able to diagnose me, was fluent in english, had a sanitary office, and had equipment up to western standards. ...
... simple as well. All it simply requires is frying the fish in its entirety, eye balls, teeth scales and everything in between. Though I was not brave enough to eat the eyeballs ( a malawian delicacy) I did try some of the meat and was throughly impressed by its taste. On the way home we had an incredible view of all the stars as many of our neighbours did not have electricity. The stars were so clear, we could even see the Milky Way. It was a surreal ...
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