A compilation article. Five different pieces touching on the topic of Mothering as a Spiritual practice from 5 mother's unique perspectives.
This essay provides an introduction to the possible span and depth considered when applying an integral approach to parenting during early childhood. The relationship between Integral theory and the practice of parenting is addressed, and key principles and concepts that underlie integral parenting are discussed. The task of parenting is placed within an evolutionary context and presented as a possible integral practice.
Published in Beams & Struts - The Workshop : Long Form Essays
Themes of joy, rebellion, conflict and praise are all touched upon in these songs involving parents.
Kahlil Ashanti turned his painful childhood experiences into a one man show. He leads at risk youths in workshops that show them how to do the same thing with their lives.
Unsolicited advice on single parenting perhaps but really helpful and empowering advice nonetheless.
A tender poem I wrote in the wake of my adaptation as a mother to divorce, noticing how I had been beholding them growing up, out and away -- beautifully -- all along.
Are boys less emotional than girls? You know the answer…don’t you? A brief look at a great book that supports emotional literacy in male children, attempting to counteract the often damaging effect our culture can have on the emotional lives of boys.
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