I hope they are able to look back, look now, and look later, and know that they are enough just as they are. What I hope to teach them, instead, is to pivot without attachment, to regulate their own emotions, and to empower them to be them.
You know how sometimes you think you’ve learned a lesson, and then you roll along all normal-like, thinking you’ve finally rid yourself of said undesirable behavior and then. . . BOOM. There it is again. Right there. In your face. All.Over.Again. Yes, so like real life. Cycles of inquiry, layers of un-peeling, incremental growth and … Continue reading LOVE YOU LIKE I DO