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What does anger have to do with your boundaries?

Anger carries important messages about your external environment and your internal state.
A boundary is your personal space, both emotional and physical. It’s tells you what is right and what isn’t, when to say yes and when to say no. 472 more words



There’s been a lot of talk in the media lately about “self-regulation.”  Despite broad support from the business community, our beloved NRA, and a large number of legislators, can it be possible that the contraction is a contradiction?   365 more words



I have an idea about what being in parts is actually about.

Crittenden’s attachment theory talks about two basic states, which lie on a continuum. She discusses them as strategies, but a mental state underlies them. 772 more words

Autobiographical Writing

Ways of thinking

I didn’t feel happy to move yesterday.

I began to think that moving is tinged with deep sadness for me. It relates to some unresolved loss. 561 more words

Autobiographical Writing

Metacognition and self-regulation (EEF)

The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) have recently released a guidance report on metacognition and self-regulation.  Oliver Caviglioli has created an excellent poster that summarises the report: 7 more words


Real empathy... where did it come from???

So today, I was floored.

A close family member’s leopard gecko died. The children love it – they go straight to the room where the gecko lives every visit and are very excited to handle her. 286 more words