The Attack of the Turkeys. I'm not kidding. Tennessee Valley is one of my favorite places to walk; a two mile valley that runs east/west to the beach just north of San Francisco. There's a side path that goes through a horse pasture to an overgrown pond where I like to go looking… Continue reading Everyday Gratitude
First it's about Human Rights. The first step on the long climb is to recognize that if you are unable to allow freedom to others, you'll never have it yourself. If my individual freedom encroaches on yours, that is not it. That is bullying. If I think freedom is doing as I please, I haven't… Continue reading The Long Climb on the Road to Freedom
Many years ago, when I'd been working as a therapist for several years, I came upon an ancient Greek tradition where people suffering from an illness (whether physical or mental) went to healing caves for a cure. At the site there were caves where the patient slept and then healers aided their patients in interpreting… Continue reading How Stories Can Facilitate Psychological Health
There has been a monumental change in human evolution. A new balance has emerged over the past decade which sees father's more and more involved in the raising of their children from infancy. With this newly found balance, children born today have a greater chance of psychological health than ever before. As has been… Continue reading What parents need to know about growing a healthy child.