…eroding overall expression and spontaneity for life. Stuck emotions lead to disarray. Our words need to be congruent with what is within our heart. Without this integrity we pollute ourselves,…

…about what is happening on the inside? But how do we know what they need?! Each person is unique of course, but we all share universal needs:  We all need connection.  We…

…sometimes within seconds, they get past the screaming-and-shoving match and move on to the next thing, buddy-buddy once again. Parents can become so involved in the inevitable tensions of their…

…well as share their secrets with. The answer to what our children need most of all is love. But the key issue here is that it is actually not how…

…schools. Several have also been educated at home for various lengths of time. Some of our children now teach in schools and one is actively involved in teacher education. What

…but many children cannot. Nevertheless, their behaviour is indicative of an increase in alarm that may well be based in what is happening in their classroom. Ultimately, we need to…

…the dignity of the parent and child involved.   What is clear is we cannot ‘will’ emotional defenses to rise or fall. This is not for us to say. However,…

…that comes with the territory of growing up. In other words, separation is incredibly intense for Riley at this time in her life. Sadness doesn’t mean to interfere, but she…

…being taught and how I responded. He supported my own interest and curiosity because he delighted in my learning. (This is profoundly different from rewarding me for good grades, which…

is, “What is going to happen to us?” As adults, it is our role and responsibility to worry about the future. And so the question is, “What can we do,…

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