Entries by Ruth Lloyd-Williams

Far from the stereotypical ‘Millennial’

Does the Avo on toast photograph well? Try the selfie with the Matcha Latte. Bless-ed are the Millenials, bubble wrapped since the 1980’s, an easily offended generation full of stereotypes. Snapchatting their world of attitude, values, and idiosyncrasies. Perceived as lazy, poorly prepared, without aspirations, entitled, spoilt, delusional, narcissistic and […]

The Youth Of Today

I’ve started writing this blog fifteen times, this is my sixteenth attempt to write on the subject of “the youth of today.” Ironically, I am on a train from Southampton as I pen this missive, having just contributed to a “thought leadership” event on Generation Change, discussing the challenges to […]

The Youth of Today By Ruth Foulkes

The youth of today have power and insight They have the world at their fingertips They have freedom of speech. The youth of today are reluctant to form opinions They are lonely in their connectedness They are unable to express themselves. Technology is the gem to brighten our existence. Technology […]

Women, Dependency and Work

By Dr Michael McCann MB BCh MA DIH MD MFOM, occupational health expert and speaker at  iCAAD London 2019; Europe’s leading conference on Behavioural, mental and Emotional Health.  Women are more susceptible to intoxication and dependency and addiction-like behaviour is more rapid in women. This is because women generally having […]