Resiliency is the body’s internal response to a stressful situation.
Shame and blame should have no place in our body, mind, or spirit.
Attachment. A secure attachment is the ability to bond; to develop a secure and safe base; an unbreakable or perceivable inability to shatter to bond between primary parental caregiver(s) and child; a quest for familiarity; an unspoken language and knowledge that a caregiver will be a permanent fixture.
Our perceptions are influenced by our surroundings.
I have frequently thought to myself, ‘If I can teach my daughter one thing, it will be the love of self unconditionally.’ Unconditional love and peace are obtainable, but they are only obtainable if I can learn to move beyond the conditions that I placed on my life. When conditions are placed on my life...
Children are barometers of the chaos that exists within their lives.
Perfectionism is adaptive if you are mindful of your humanhood.
Resiliency is the essence of a global positive framework…
Resiliency is not gender-, age-, or intellectually specific…
Loss has no friend, no allies, no benefit to the human spirit.
Fatherhood is the greatest education a man can ever receive.
Living in the past is like choosing to cling to a chronic illness.
Forgiveness is the ultimate liberator of our mind, body, and spirit.
There is no greater grief, than when a parent losses a child.
Forgiveness has the ability to transform our thoughts.
Allow yourself to be an anchor and anchored by others.