Whoa! Where did that come form? Had I done something that hurt her? Well, as it turns out it was not me that set this off but some of her other experiences but as I listened and made notes, some of what she said hit home – especially in my early career.
Here’s her list: They don’t really listen to what I want to happen in the session. If I am asking for help in finding homes for my belongings, I am not asking them to purge or mess with things that are already working. If I a
These disasters are overwhelming to all of us but can be even more devastating to children. Without really understanding the whys, children can feel scared and insecure. Even children who do not personally experience the trauma but see the events on TV and hear adults discussing the destruction can feel strong emotions. Try to limit the amount of time watching TV where so many traumas are highlighted. After watching TV together, talk about what is being portrayed. Exposed chi
How much is too much? What is really important to you?
After developing your vision, and then brainstorming all you need to do to make your vision come true, actually placing those tasks on your calendar, makes it real. I use a paper monthly calendar to get the whole picture. I color code the tasks. I use the categories of major events (black), traditional holiday rituals and chores (green) , baking or other food preparations (red), and the giving of a party(blue).