Changing Your Interactions

The quality of both our positive and negative interactions rests in our being able to understand and acknowledge the true reality that exists between others and ourselves– a reality that is found in the “the space-between”. One way of...

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On The Importance Of Fathers

“The fathers have eaten a sour grape and the children’s teeth are set on edge”–Jeremiah, Book 31, Verse 29 This quote from the Bible represented the power of the father as the primary authority of the family for many centuries. His word was...

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Caught in the Words of Your Past

Our general understanding of how the world operates and what to expect from others is rooted in our experiences growing up. Since we use words to define our experiences, individual backgrounds can offer different definitions and meanings of the...

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The Burden of the “Pseudo-Adult" Child

“I used to think,” a friend once said, “that I was so mature — until I realized that I was only serious.”  A child raised in an environment where the adults are unable and/or unwilling to handle responsibilities is often caught in this...

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