These ideas are a good start on the journey
to loving and accepting ourselves.
The more intimate a self-relationship we have
The more we’re able to offer love to others
And the more we increase our capacity to enjoy life.
Punishment Dehumanizes. When parents make the decision to not punish they deeply humanize their children. Hanging Out with my Best Friend My daughter is almost 19. Today I was sitting with her on the couch, just hanging. Suddenly I was
The Third Option Taking care of herself The other day I was at an event with my friend Tanya. It was 3 hour silent dance experience. It’s a pretty intense way to spend an afternoon. She was telling me later
Teach Children to Embrace their Mistakes Road Trip With Good Friends A couple weeks ago I was on a road trip with some good friends. We went to Buffalo for a dance workshop and we all had a really good
The Challenge of Authenticity Showing My Whole Self Authenticity is challenging. When I am authentic with somebody I am exposing a deep vulnerability. I can’t be authentic without showing the Yin and the Yang of who I am. If I
Found In Your Body A Journey Within This past week I attended 5 day dance intensive workshop in Buffalo, New York. The teacher was Alicia Grayson. http://www.tumblebones.com/ She was a masterful facilitator. She led us brilliantly through a journey deep
Rejecting my position as an authority figure Yesterday I spent the whole day with my daughter. We drove around doing errands and some shopping. A Relationship Filled With Ease The whole time we had a natural rhythm to our conversation.
Competing Parenting Priorities The Pattern of Priorities In working with families over the years I have noticed one of the most common obstacles that people face is competing or contradictory parenting priorities. This is when faced with a situation where