Whether you spend the holiday with family, friends, neighbors or alone, we need to have connection. If you know someone who is alone, reach out and invite them to your holiday dinner. If you are alone, reach out and find a place where you can be with others. There are many places where you can join others to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Let this autumn of your lives bring you the best of times. We can’t control politics, the stock market, inflation, climate disasters and illness. We can only do our best with the resources and knowledge we have. Make love the center of your lives.
When Covid created an unnatural field of existence in our children’s lives no one knew the results and implications of social starvation.
In this informative interview Joan discusses her book I Hate the Man I Love and how it gives us the necessary tools to help navigate and maintain a conscious relationship.
On May 13th Joan E. Childs will be one of the featured guest speakers on the series
“Heal & Reconnect In Relationships’ with host Kaisa Bradford as she discusses her book I Hate the Man I Love and how it gives us the necessary tools helping navigate and maintaining a conscious relationship.
Inner Child Work has never lost its popularity among the recovering community. Now it is mainstream for all those who have suffered childhood trauma that has interfered with the quality of their lives and relationships.