Tag Archives: Gabriela Casineanu

I moved …

Well, I moved only virtually … to a self-hosted website that includes a blog. 🙂 You can find all my articles from this blog at the new address, and I’ll add more weekly. Hope to see you there! 🙂 Thanks … Continue reading

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Challenge or opportunity?

I’ve recently started a new meetup group Introverts from inside-out. I’m not playing the coach role in this group, just organising it, and be myself during the group discussions (unless I do a workshop or presentation). Well, little did I … Continue reading

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10 tips for introverts hiking Inca Trail to Machu Picchu (or other similar experiences)

When I’ve decided to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu (instead of taking the train), I didn’t realize the burden I’ll have to carry on by being an introvert. Well, I survived the Inca Trail, as this T-shirt says. … Continue reading

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Overprotected child …

The parents’ role is to create a safe space that enables self discovery, and facilitates the expression of their child personality… not to impose their own ideas on how the child should be or become. The better they play that … Continue reading

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Challenged by your relationship with an introvert? 7 tips!

Introverts don’t usually share things about themselves: what they think, what they want, what they do or don’t. And this could lead to communication problems, and frustration on both sides, in any relationship extrovert-introvert (being it friendship, professional or personal … Continue reading

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Are you open to opportunities out of the blue ?

When I received the email from Passages of Canada, I quickly embraced the opportunity to speak on July 30th at the Stories of Ours event organized by Erin Kang at the Centre for Social Innovation – Regent Park, Toronto. I found … Continue reading

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In a broader perspective, the shortest way …

~ Evening thoughts ~ In a broader perspective, the shortest way between two points is not the straight line… it’s the path of least resistance. This path requires less resources, and needs less time to be accomplished than the straight … Continue reading

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Following my inner voice

It’s the morning of April 15, 2002, about 5 o’clock in the morning. Irina, my daughter, is hugging me tight: “I don’t want you to leaaave… again!”. Still holding her in my arms, I start crying, big tears coming out … Continue reading

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That’s what my boyfriend says too …

Looking forward to my trip to Machu Picchu in October, I start searching Internet for airfare options. After choosing the best one (according to my criteria), I’ve printed it and headed to the closer Flight Centre. I still enjoy the … Continue reading

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Freedom of expression

The I am Charlie movement captured recently the media attention, and many manifestations of protest and sympathy were organized in Toronto and around the world. This made me question the concept “Freedom of expression”. In my opinion, everything we do or … Continue reading

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