Attachment Parenting – Parents and Attachment

It’s amazing how quickly the awareness of Attachment theory, and specifically Attachment parenting, is growing. Try typing in #attachmentparenting and see how many results you get. Attachment parenting is a wonderful way to approach healthy childhood development, but what about parents’ Attachment needs? It will be more effective to address your own Attachment wounds first. By [...]

Recipes for L.O.V.E.

Every relationship can at times be difficult to navigate, but the one thing that can always be relied upon to build on, restore, nurture your attachment is LOVE. I thought of giving you some essential tips, made easy to remember by using L.O.V.E. as acronym for a few simple and effective implements that can keep your [...]

Transformation in a Parched Pear Tree…

I know Easter has passed, but the memory of that day this year has still so much significance for me – and the resurrection of a parched pear tree as a symbol of restored hope. On my way to Europe, where teaching for two months – and visiting friend and lovely places in between, to be [...]

Santa’s 12 Tips for a Securely Attached Christmas!

Each Holiday Season I like to send out my favorite list of the small BIG things that can enrich our relationships. If you have something to add, I would love to hear from you. I am also putting all my DVDs on sale, with a special gift – since we are often so concerned about others, we forget [...]

Practicing Relationship Repairs

Fall is interesting time of new beginnings, but often at the expense of neglecting what is broken—namely the broken connections in our attachments to our near and dear. The problem in relationships is not so much fighting per se, but how you repair after you fight. Immersed in the self-reflection inherent in winter, I hone my [...]

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