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Where Are All The Black Heroes?

The first time I noticed it was a few years ago when I worked at a country club.  Comprised of some of the wealthiest of the Fort Lauderdale Proper, our members were known to throw very extravagant parties, even for their children. 1,386 more words

Parenting

PARENTS AS THE SPACE FOR YOUR CHILDREN TO BE VULNERABLE

Vulnerability – is like an open wound, with no cover it is the ability to “allow yourself to be seen, really seen” by Brené Brown (a speaker at TEDx Houston talks June 2010) and it is about the courage to show who you are. 869 more words

Parenting

FAMILY AS EXPERIENCE...BEYOND "HAPPY" FAMILY

Many people want to have better relationships with their parents, children, partner and siblings, dreaming of their ideal “happy” family figures.  So they view their current situation as “problematic” and they want to improve it, because they believe that those relationships are not ideal. 825 more words

Parenting

THE MOST CHALLENGING RELATIONSHIP AS A KEY FOR THE JOY OF BEING YOU

What if the relationship with someone you totally cannot stand having in your life is a key for the joy of being you?

Do you have anyone whom you just cannot stand being with and living with in your family even though you love them? 409 more words

Parenting

The Kid who ate his Vegetables

 

            So often I am on Facebook and I see moms and dads, grandparents, aunts or uncles voicing their concern of the fact that the children in their lives will not eat their fruit or vegetables. 786 more words

Healthy Living

empty nest

empty nest

(1980’s | therapese | “the house feels so empty”)

This is one of those effortless phrases. The first example I found in Google Books dates from 1968; by the late 1970’s it was turning up in the mainstream press now and then, and everyone seemed to get it right away. 606 more words

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