Tag Archives: friends

Gentle Interventions

Leaders are … Mothers, Fathers Grandparents, Brothers, Sisters, Aunts, Uncles, Teachers, Friends, Employers, Colleagues…anyone who is a role model for others, even when they don’t know it.   GENTLE INTERVENTIONS “Generally speaking, the leader’s consciousness sheds more light on what is happening than any number of interventions or explanations.   Few leaders realize how much, how little will do… simply … Continue reading Gentle Interventions

I Don’t Think My Mother Loved Me

             > by Rosanne Morse 9/25/2016 I dedicate this article to my therapist Dr. Molly Snell and to my daughter Dr. Tracey Morse A hard thing to say, harder to admit, and  the hardest to come to terms with.  I didn’t really know this consciously as a daughter.  I felt it, I reacted … Continue reading I Don’t Think My Mother Loved Me

Parent-Teacher Conference

Tea for Two: The Parent-Teacher Conference    by Dr. Valerie Allen Autumn will be here. There’s a chill in the air and school is in full swing. The pencils are sharpened and you’ve paid for picture day, yearbook, and Tee-shirts. Your taxi meter is full throttle for the after- school runs: art club, baseball games, scout … Continue reading Parent-Teacher Conference

Pineapples Are Good for You

          Pineapples are full of Vitamin C which has a reputation for suppressing coughs, colds, and flu symptoms for a reason.  A natural antioxidant, vitamin C is also needed for collagen, which is the main structural protein in the body for healthy blood vessels, organs, skin, and tissue support, heavy metal absorption, … Continue reading Pineapples Are Good for You

The Art of the Apology

Whether or not you actually were  insensitive or self-absorbed, whatever, just apologize!  Mend that fence.  Make the situation better, not worse, by apologizing in an genuine way which takes some practice.   After a blow-up, a heart-felt apology will most likely strengthen a relationship.  Acknowledging we did something wrong is extremely powerful.  An apology shows we take responsibility for our actions, which allows forgiveness.  Without … Continue reading The Art of the Apology