Along with the warm and loving feelings of convening after such a long reprieve of being separated during this pandemic, we are also thrust back into familiar family dynamics and patterns that can be equally as challenging.
One of the greatest psychological findings of the last 75 years was that pleasure and pain are processed in the same parts of the brain. So whenever the scales tip to one side, our brains do their best to find balance again, also known as homeostasis. This is why pleasure (Christmas Day!) is usually followed by an emotional hangover (January).
Your imagination is your greatest gift. If you don’t like the story being told, you have the ability to transform it. What’s currently in your life that’s causing you stress or suffering? What stories are you unconsciously telling about yourself or others that aren’t serving you?
Experiences form memories by establishing neural connections, and these neural connections then become the filters for how we see the world.
With summer in full swing and lazy days full of porch swings and beach chairs ahead, WEforum would like to share a few reads that top our summer list for 2021.
What if you didn’t resist how the world was unfolding and instead surrendered to it? And to be clear, surrendering does not mean giving up and just existing. To surrender means accepting that where you are right now is where you are meant to be. It means trusting that you may not know the entire plan and that you still have more to learn, more to become, and more to do within the present circumstances.
College fit is no accident so approach the process as if it is an epic research project with no scientific algorithm; but rather a labyrinth of tedious website navigating, shifting teenaged fickle whims and epic attempts at teaching the art of networking.
The female mind is complex; beautiful and wondrous, but complex. As parents, the more we understand and appreciate the intricacies of the female mind, the more equipped we will be in providing support and guidance to our daughters, and also be more in tune to our own thoughts and feelings.