Monthly Archives: November 2016

Beyond Reflecting Feelings

Reflecting feelings is valuable, but we cannot always stop there. Often we have to move on to holding people accountable through boundaries. Continue reading

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Reflecting Feelings

Reflecting feelings is the most valuable interpersonal skill I’ve learned. I first learned of its value when I was developing my Gentle Parenting toolbox. I was continually amazed at how much more quickly I could defuse my children’s Big Feelings simply by giving them the words to describe their intense feelings. Continue reading

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A Parable for 2016

I can love her enough to hold her to a higher standard than her base desires would have her pursue. Continue reading

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