How to do the Inner Child Work? Why is Inner Work Important in Parenting?
Written By Tina Hamilton, Parenting POV She was quiet when she got in the car. It was only the second week of school, and I could tell something was off. “How was your day, love?” I asked my daughter, knowing full well that this isn’t the question that is going to get me answers. “Fine,” […]
Tending to Wounds Before Trauma Takes Root
Written By Jennifer Chesak, Psychedelic POV Recently I fell on wet pavement and skinned my knee while walking to a comedy show. No one ever accused me of being graceful! As is my nature, I dusted off the debris, smoothed my skirt, laughed it off, and carried on. I sat through the show, blood dripping […]
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
Written By Kathryn Marsh, Prosecutor POV The phone beeped and Jane jumped a little. Her friends asked if she was going to check her phone. “Not now, I’ll check it later”. Jane didn’t want to check her phone. She knew it would be Mike, wondering where she was, again. Jane also knew it would be […]
Leave The Other Half Behind, Look For A Cherry Instead
A newlywed’s advice on the first step one should take for finding ‘the one’ in the healthiest way. Written By Sarah Correa-Dibar, Gen Z POV When my friends or colleagues ask me how it feels to be married, my true response is “complete.” It’s not because my husband is my ‘other half’ or ‘he completes […]