Author Archive for: Tina Brescanu
Tina is an early school leaver who used to be thrown out of class for laughing too much. She’s an unschooler at heart and an unconventional fiction writer. She landed on Earth in Karlskoga, Sweden, 1969 and has tried to adjust ever since. Tina writes about what she wants to find out about, and her writing might not have changed anyone's life but it has saved hers.She believes in limitless love and manages the balancing act of following her own heart.
Tina lives in Dublin, Ireland with her non-traditional family where she also works as a tour guide.
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Entries by Tina Brescanu
If you have made the choice to be born, to come here to Earth, you have a right to be here. You are worthy; there is nothing you have to do other than being you. Children are holy; nurture them with love, more love and then some more love. Love is growth nourishment. Family is a team work, parenting is the most important job in the world; parenthood is the only real opportunity to become a saint, it’s love instigation work. How you parent can change the world, connect with your children and always practice positive parenting. Family can be… Read more.
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