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Timeline Photos 07/25/2021

Timeline Photos

"If we do not know how to transform and heal the wounds in ourselves, we are going to transmit them to our children and grandchildren.”
—Thích Nhat Hanh

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07/22/2021

Our children need to learn that it’s okay to have bad days, to make mistakes, to have hurt feelings, to feel frustrated, to be disappointed, to feel overwhelmed, to be sad…to be human. They need to know that all those big feelings are normal and that big humans have them, too. And they need to see how us big humans handle those big feelings. That’s how our little humans learn that it’s okay to be human…and how to BE okay when those big human feelings take center stage.
-L.R.Knost
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Fighting a rare, incurable cancer, but I'm still here!💞 L.R.

07/22/2021
07/21/2021

Normalize love. ⁣
Normalize healthy limits within unconditional acceptance. ⁣
Normalize interdependence.⁣
Normalize being their warmth and their home.⁣
Normalize collectivist values. ⁣
Normalize adult accountability. ⁣
Normalize child honoring as our ancestors did.⁣
Normalize safety.⁣ 💛

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Tomorrow enrollment closes for the Decolonized Nonviolent Parenting Course. Posted a ton of info in my stories last night about it, but you can also go to the www.latinxparenting.org/upcoming-events to get all the details. Please do take advantage of our 2 or 3 month payment plan. Want you there with us. 💞

#latinxparenting
#endchanclaculture
#raisingfutureancestors
#decolonizeourfamilias
#ijustwantmigentetoheal
#thecyclestopsconmigo

5 Go-To Tactics of Gaslighters, and How to Resist Them 07/21/2021

5 Go-To Tactics of Gaslighters, and How to Resist Them

5 Go-To Tactics of Gaslighters, and How to Resist Them Gaslighting is devious, manipulative and untruthful. Don't fall for it.

07/21/2021

Non-judgment and validation when kids are crying. 💗

[Edited to add: This is not to say that there is an either-or dichotomy between physical pain and emotional pain--our feelings are embodied experiences. Perhaps a more appropriate question would be to simply ask, "What happened?" and comfort the child, whatever the reason. Thank you to Maree Robertson for this insight.]

#untigering #PeacefulParenting #GentleParenting #RespectfulParenting #ConsciousParenting #DecolonizingParenting #AsianParenting #AsianAmerican #AsianMentalHealth

📸: Gahmya Drummond-Bey - Evolved Teacher

7 Mantras that Will Stop You from Taking Things Personally 07/20/2021

7 Mantras that Will Stop You from Taking Things Personally

7 Mantras that Will Stop You from Taking Things Personally There is a huge amount of freedom that comes to you when you take nothing personally. Let these mantras guide you.

What You Need to Know About Persistent Depressive Disorder and ‘Double Depression’ 07/20/2021

What You Need to Know About Persistent Depressive Disorder and ‘Double Depression’

What You Need to Know About Persistent Depressive Disorder and ‘Double Depression’ "Many people with this disorder can often go years without being diagnosed."

07/20/2021
07/20/2021
Where Suppressed Emotions Go 07/20/2021

Where Suppressed Emotions Go

Where Suppressed Emotions Go On not allowing oneself to feel.

The Adult Consequences of Growing Up with a Narcissistic Parent 07/19/2021

The Adult Consequences of Growing Up with a Narcissistic Parent

The Adult Consequences of Growing Up with a Narcissistic Parent Behaviors developed as a child of narcissistic parents can carry into adulthood.

07/19/2021

Dr. Jen
@drjenpsych_
Trauma-informed means going at one's OWN pace. Feeling IS absolutely essential for
healing, AND, too, we can't flood ourselves to the point of retriggering. We learn to regulate, + sit with our feelings, + create a tool box of coping skills when we go as slow as we need.

07/19/2021
07/18/2021

Yes x 1,000! Do it all and then do it all again!

@1000hoursoutside
@theteachertom
#fitzgeraldkid #fitzgeraldcommunityschool

Books that Help Kids to Be Brave, Bounce Back, and Build Resilience 07/17/2021

Books that Help Kids to Be Brave, Bounce Back, and Build Resilience

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Books that Help Kids to Be Brave, Bounce Back, and Build Resilience Read your kids stories about characters who find the courage, the strength, the resilience, and the bravery to bounce back when life gets tough.

Timeline Photos 07/17/2021

Timeline Photos

“My children aren’t to blame for triggering me, pushing my buttons, or driving me up the wall. It’s on me to work through those triggers, remove those buttons, and tear down the wall instead of expecting my children to change their behaviour before I change mine.”
—Iris Chen, Untigering

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07/15/2021

Life hurts. It hurts in big ways and little ways and in-between ways. Life can be hard and lonely and even cruel and harsh and ugly. But life also heals and offers hope and beauty and goodness and joy and love.

Emotions are instinctive, intuitive human reactions to the hurts and hopes and ugliness and beauty of life. We have no more control over the constant inflow of emotions than we do over the random happenings of the world around us. Acting out of those raw emotions is where we begin our human journey. Recognizing and processing those emotions with intention and wisdom, and responding with compassion for ourselves and others takes time and patience and practice.

As children, the modeling of emotional intelligence by our parents and caregivers gives us the tools we need to build and refine our own inner emotional intelligence as we grow, whereas having emotionally immature or abusive parents or caregivers is deeply harmful in that it not only doesn’t equip us with the tools of emotional intelligence to bring with us into adulthood, but also, without an example of how emotional intelligence functions and looks, we are hampered in our ability to recognize dysfunctional responses to normal emotions.

Without the ability to recognize that there is a problem with our emotional responses, we tend to default to instinct instead of intention in how we respond to the world. Then, when our raw, unprocessed emotions trigger negative reactions from those around us, we may withdraw and become self-destructive or get increasingly aggressive as we feel persecuted and react with rage and hurt and resentment. Life can become a hall of mirrors reflecting back our own dysfunction and anger, creating a vicious cycle we’re not even aware we’re caught in.

Healing our past selves is not easy, but it is possible. It starts with recognizing that there’s a problem, first and foremost; then identifying the hurting child inside who is still reaching out seeking guidance and hope and love; and then tenderly and intentionally meeting the needs of that small, scared, lonely little person so they can finally grow into a whole and healthy, emotionally intelligent human.
-L.R.Knost

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Fighting a rare, incurable cancer, but I'm still here!💞 L.R.

07/15/2021
07/15/2021
Homeschooling: What About High School? 07/15/2021

Homeschooling: What About High School?

Homeschooling: What About High School? I get asked this a lot. Either ‘how long are you going to homeschool for?’, or ‘what about when they get to […]

How I Stopped Making Men My Everything and Losing Myself in Love - Tiny Buddha 07/15/2021

How I Stopped Making Men My Everything and Losing Myself in Love - Tiny Buddha

How I Stopped Making Men My Everything and Losing Myself in Love - Tiny Buddha Here are the truths I had to learn the hard way that have allowed me to love my partners without losing important parts of myself in them.

'Everybody Loves Raymond' and 'The Middle' Star Celebrates Sobriety 07/15/2021

'Everybody Loves Raymond' and 'The Middle' Star Celebrates Sobriety

'Everybody Loves Raymond' and 'The Middle' Star Celebrates Sobriety

How to Raise Resilient, Happier Kids 07/15/2021

How to Raise Resilient, Happier Kids

How to Raise Resilient, Happier Kids The Big Life Journal — Daily Edition is independent of the Big Life Journal — Original (either the 1st or the 2nd editions). It can be a great next step if your child already completed the original journals (although completing the original journals is not necessary before working on the Daily E...

07/15/2021
07/15/2021

#generationaltrauma #breakthecycle

07/14/2021

Greenhouse Ministries is now offering free Anger Management Classes every Friday from 11-12:00 p.m.
"If you're looking for a meaningful, practical, effective anger management program, you're in the right place! Our very own Director and head of our therapy department passionately and creatively delivers a unique approach to managing anger in a healthy constructive way."
For more information or to sign up call 615-494-0499 or email [email protected]

07/14/2021

#Acceptance

www.bowdoinrecovery.com

Timeline Photos 07/14/2021

Timeline Photos

Children’s ability to move and play are being restricted more than ever. We are trying to protect them by saying “No climbing,” “No running,” “No spinning,” “That’s too dangerous,” and “Get down from there!” However, research shows that the drastic decline in “risky” outdoor play in kids is creating behavior problems. By constantly hovering over kids, restricting their movement, and diminishing their time to play, we are causing more harm than good.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (2013), a recent study shows that the average child spends eight hours a day in front of screens (television, video games, computers, smart phones, and so on). Older children and adolescents are spending an average of eleven hours a day in front of screens (Hanscom 2016). That’s a huge amount of time spent in front of screens, which provide little to no proprioceptive or vestibular input. In prior generations, this time was spent outdoors or in play.

In order for kids to listen, focus and learn to sit still for a period of time, they must develop both proprioception and vestibular sense. The most critical time to develop a child’s proprioception and vestibular sense is before age six. With all the time spent in front of screens and telling kids to sit still, avoid climbing, and stop jumping, it’s not surprising why kids won’t listen.

• Proprioception is what tells you where your body parts are without having to look at them. This is the sense that helps you make sense of gravity. It’s the reason you can switch from the gas pedal to the brake without looking at your feet, or bring popcorn to your mouth without taking your eyes off the movie screen. Without properly developed proprioception, kids can push too hard during tag, fall out of their seat at the dinner table, or trip while walking up stairs.

• Vestibular sense provides information about where the body is in relation to its surroundings. This is the sense that helps you understand balance, and it connects with all the other senses. When the vestibular system does not develop properly all other senses will struggle to function properly. Without a strong vestibular sense, kids will have no choice but to fidget, get frustrated, experience more falls and aggression, get too close to people when talking, and struggle with focusing and listening. Because they literally cannot help it.

In order for kids to learn to listen, focus and follow directions as they grow, they need to develop proprioception and vestibular sense by experiencing many physical challenges during childhood.

When children jump, swing, spin, pick up rocks or dig in the dirt, kids are doing exactly what they need. They aren’t intentionally doing it to get hurt, act rambunctiously, worry you or get messy. They are doing it to help themselves become safer, calmer and happier kids.
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07/14/2021

Oppositional Defiant Disorder is described in the DSM as a pattern of poor conduct. I’m reimagining how we would treat children if we see it as a pattern of regulatory vulnerability. #Beyondbehaviors #stress #regulatorychallenges #mentalhealth #neurodiversity #psychology #counseling #ODD #conductdisorders #education #specialeducation #traumaresponsive #socialwork #childwelfare

07/13/2021
Timeline Photos 07/13/2021

Timeline Photos

"The role of parents is not to train a child to sleep. It is to provide the child with a feeling of safety so that sleep naturally ensues."
—Meghan Leahy

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A Guide to Let Go of Your Perfectly Good Things 07/11/2021

A Guide to Let Go of Your Perfectly Good Things

A Guide to Let Go of Your Perfectly Good Things It is possible to break through the layer of perfectly good things. Consider these practical steps on how to let go.

We Can’t Dismiss How Traumatic 2020 Was for Everyone 07/11/2021

We Can’t Dismiss How Traumatic 2020 Was for Everyone

We Can’t Dismiss How Traumatic 2020 Was for Everyone

07/11/2021

“At the age of 10-12 months when a child begins to walk, the bones of the foot are only partially ossified, are in reality but an orderly arrangement of cartilaginous masses.” - Functional Disorders of the Foot by Frank D. Dickinson, MD 🦶🏽

The implications of this are that little feet are extremely malleable, and will adapt to whatever environment they are put in. We want our children to grow up with natural shaped feet, not shoe-shaped feet. Keep those little paws out of shoes as long as possible. 🐾

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