Parenting Advice

Elephants, Community and Capitialism

A Balanced Life In the Babar stories by Jean De Brunhof “the elephants work all the morning” then in the afternoon they are free to do as they please, read, dream, play tennis.. not a bad system in my view. If everyone who was able shared the work that needed […]

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Education for Self Authoring Children

Children Deserve Our Trust Confession – I don’t send my son to school or try to recreate school at home. Despite this he has been reading fluently for several years, enjoys lively discussions about politics, physics, philosophy and other subjects, is confident conversing with adults, can mediate conflicts and plays […]

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A Pathway to Mental Health for New Parents

I feel motivated to offer something to the world that people might not know that they need until they are already in the thick of their struggle. When feelings of overwhelm and confusion have built up exacerbated by the exhaustion caused by broken sleep. Your sense of self wavers as […]

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Tuning in deeply to your child

Having a baby is one of the biggest transitions you will ever go through. I want to help you prepare for this so that you can thrive alongside your child. Here is a link to more resources to help you to do this. Today I interviewed Jane West, a somatic […]

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Who we are is defined in relationship

I would like to explore more deeply this week the idea of attachment and attunement not only in adult/child relationships but in all human relationships. Do positive relationships, secure attachments and the ability to attune to others benefit us and help us to stay emotionally and physically well throughout our […]

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