Anyone who knows me or follows this blog most likely realizes I’m a fan of books on parenting and child development that span the decades—as long as they contain valuable principles to guide and nurture parents. Once such book was written by Dorothy Corkille Briggs Your Child’s Self-Esteem was first published in 1970 and is one […]
Current research is replete with the idea of mindfulness as a way to deal with trauma, anxiety, stress and even the challenges of leadership. In this article by Kira Newman we also can see the impact of mindfulness as it relates to a sense of self. Mindful people might be happier because they have a […]
I was struck this week by a powerful article in Guideposts magazine written by Elizabeth Vargas entitled “Hiding in Plain Sight.” It is a story of her struggle with alcoholism and the impact that it had and continues to have on her life.