Category Archives: selfhood

Understanding Children Through Imitation

Try listening at the bodily level to understand a child’s experience. It can be instructive as well as enlightening. Continue reading

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Family Stories Form Us

Knowing stories about their families may be the best predictor of our children’s health and happiness. Continue reading

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A Free Guide to Being Human

Become stronger, understand more, have more power, choose a different way of being. A way of being as large as life. A way of being you, infinitely. Continue reading

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Recognizing Each Child’s Particular Genius

What we might consider idiosyncrasies or problems may very well indicate a child’s strengths. Continue reading

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Leaving Little Love Letters

A simple note is a tangible expression unlike any other. Continue reading

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Decision To Make? Ask Your Body

Bad posture taught me about using body wisdom. Continue reading

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My New Book is Out!

A poetry collection rooted in nature, family, and stubbornly hopeful ideals. Continue reading

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