“When I approach a child, he inspires in me two sentiments, tenderness for what he is, and respect for what he may become.” ~ Louis Pasteur
Do As I Say, Not As I Do?
If you have children, what are your thoughts about how they learn from you? So many of us think that children learn how to behave from our lectures and verbal teachings. That’s only part of the story, though. Our kids are always watching and listening, even when we have no idea that they are at … Read More
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“Working” Moms Need Downtime!
We live in a fast-paced world! If you’re single, and not a parent, even if you have a demanding job, the chances are that you can usually keep up with your life fairly well. You may get tired, and need to rest and recuperate from time to time. But when that happens, you can pick … Read More
I’m Walking My Talk This Week!
I so often talk about the importance of taking time to really be in the moment. That’s just what I’m going to be doing as you read this week’s post. I’m writing it ahead, because tomorrow evening all three of our sons will be here at our house, and I can’t wait! Our two oldest … Read More
What If Your Mom Wasn’t There for You?
Many of the women I’ve seen in my office have missed the loving guidance they needed while growing up. Their moms weren’t there for them, in the way they needed to be, and my clients have felt their absence deeply! Important nurturing didn’t happen. For a variety of reasons, their mothers just weren’t available, able, … Read More