Practicing a gratitude ritual at the end of the day helps rewire the brain to seek evidence all day long to find things to be grateful for.
IF ALL YOU HAVE IS A HAMMER...
I started to realize that when I see myself wielding my hammer (I am a fixer, after all) sometimes I push right through the most important m
WHEN YOU BRING A CATHEDRAL
How would it feel if rather than being completely attached to how you'd like something to go, each person were to contribute something small
BACK TO SCHOOL BLUES
I’ve noticed my little one has been, well, unhinged since starting school this fall. It’s been humbling. When I’m non-reactive, it’s fine....
IMPROV PARENTING: YES, AND
The first rule of improv is "Yes, and." "Yes, and" represents accepting (considering, hearing, not necessarily agreeing with) what your c
IMPROV PARENTING: SAY YES
The first rule of improvisation is "YES, AND." Saying yes is accepting another’s offer. When you are invited to participate in a dialogue
RESPONDING WITH INTENTION TO YOUR CHILD'S EMOTIONS
How can I soothe and support another person - be it my child or anyone I’m in relationship with - without assuring them (or insisting) that
RAISING CHILDREN WITH RESPECT
What would happen if even one generation were raised with respect? Trusting that their viewpoint, their experience matters? That their crie