“Everything is Everything.”
~The Tao of Wu
“I want to be remembered for something, anything. I just want to be remembered.”, she said.
“What do you want to be remembered for?”, I asked.
“At least that I was here. That I existed. That I mattered. That I made a difference. That I was worth something.” she said with melancholy.
“What would that look like?”, I asked. Continue reading
Almost every parent tells their child, “I want you to be happy.”
But do you REALLY mean it? Continue reading
If you are like most parents, you do your best to be involved in your children’s lives by asking about their day, who they played with at recess, with whom they ate lunch and what their homework is for the night. You attend their school events, taxi them around to various play dates and parties and do what you can to keep an eye on their emotional and psychological well-being. Sometimes life gets in the way and you miss an opportunity to dig deeper. And, as kids age into adolescence, the window for involvement quickly shrinks, and before you know it, the only response you get from your tween or teen is a shrug or an “uh-huh.” Continue reading