There’s Nothing Wrong Here

“Just as the tides have their rhythms, so does human behavior have its own predictable rhythms. As the child grows older, “good” ages alternate with “bad”; times of equilibrium alternate with times of disequilibrium; and periods when...
My Wish for You

My Wish for You

How was your 2014? My 2014 was frankly a challenge. Early in the year, I had an experience that caused me to make a big change in my life and my work. It was very surprising and upsetting. Traumatic actually. It made me question everything. But, I’m clear that...
Are We Asking Ourselves the Right Kinds of Questions?

Are We Asking Ourselves the Right Kinds of Questions?

Have you ever asked yourself a question like this? What did I do to deserve this? Why did [insert name] get [insert thing] one and not me? These are the answers we’ll likely get to questions like these: Answer to first question: I must have really screwed up. Answer...

Teachers: A Great Idea to Help Lonely Kids

I love Momastery. Glennon Melton writes about love. Love for all. In this beautiful post and she shared an idea that her son’s teacher told her about. If you haven’t seen it yet, please read! Here’s an excerpt with a link to the full post....

Remove Drama & Reach Goals

Drama at home or in the classroom? Kids who are anxious or fearful? Standards and other goals not being met? Removing Anxieties, Fears & Drama One of the biggest causes of drama and anxiety is also a major reason people fail to achieve resolutions and goals. Past,...