The Blame Game

How old were you when you stopped blaming others for how you felt and things that happened in your life?  Or are you still playing the Blame Game? It’s easy to actually believe that others make you feel a certain way and try to control them so you can stop feeling that way.  I have experienced this twice this week, once with my youngest daughter and once with a 60 year-old friend of mine.  It kind-of sounds like this “you are doing this, you did that,  you always do this, you need to change the way you do that”, you get my...

read more

Loving Myself

Two weekends ago my boyfriend and I went to a Harville Hendrix relationship workshop to gather more tools to relate to each other.  It was truly a wonderful experience.  Ever since I can remember I have been on a path of self development to achieve the self love necessary to maintain an open heart to create safety for myself and others. This was one of the first workshops that I have been to that their theories were based on, a relationship with your primary partner was a platform to do your inner child work and you where responsible for your...

read more

“Sex Education” Who’s Job Is It?

So, where can kids learn about sex?  They learn from school, friends, TV and other media, and most importantly their parents.  The school system is limited in its approach because it has to honor all the different beliefs of all the parents.  Getting information from their friends is always going to happen, but the information is very skewed, depending on a lot of variables. TV and other media glamorize it, with high-profile teens like Bristol Palin and Jamie Lynn Spears,  that would lead your teen to think that sex is okay.  This is not...

read more