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Healing Through Parenting

Healing Through Parenting

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My teen-age years were filled with emotional wounds and many are still just barely scabbed over. Looking back now, I know that I had many judgments and expectations about what I wanted from life, and perceptions of what actually happened as good or bad. I have the luxury of looking back with wisdom and see that none of it was actually bad. I can now see those experiences as blessings and everything that they have created in me, in the present. Then there are those wounds from not yet healed places that seem......

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A Spiritual Approach to Parenting

A Spiritual Approach to Parenting

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I was born to be a “mommy.” From my very first memories,  I was in love with the idea of nurturing little ones. Little did I know that I would take on that role at the tender age of 15. Becoming a parent while still growing up myself proved to be a bit challenging. But within every challenge arises the potential  for growth.  I was absolutely sure that my daughter and any future children would be raised much differently than me. However, I wasn’t completely sure what that would look like. A couple......

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Being an Intentional Parent

Being an Intentional Parent

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Parenting is a tough job, and we parents are usually harder on ourselves than anyone else. My claim to fame is that I know I am not perfect and, frankly, I don’t strive to be perfect. Well not anymore! Recently, I was feeling very frustrated with something going on with my daughter, and felt my voice getting tense while talking to her. She was rounding her shoulders and casting her eyes downward, and I knew that I needed to walk away before the situation escalated. Once I was away, I sat in......

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