Blog Posts - Emotions



All I want for the Holidays

You know what I want for Christmas this year?I want fun.I want to have a lightness to life and let it flow through my core. I want to giggle and to have belly laughs, like my son can still. I want to goof around, and be silly. It’s not like I stopp...
by Parenting From Source on Dec 17, 2016

Passion. Man. The duty of theosis.

Man is letting himself get carried away by passion. “This is who we are” some people claim. We are animals. …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Dec 11, 2016

Finding Peace in a Financially Crazy World

Moneywatch101, Personal Finance, Money, Life, Debt, Savings   I thought I can switch things up a bit and talk about a topic not many people discuss in this space. Personal finance can and should be about finding peace with your money in any way...
by MoneyWatch101 on Dec 11, 2016

DREAM INTERPRETATION: Revisit and reconnect with your mindset from the past [symbols: apartment, key, belongings]

DREAM Hi Aneta, I moved to Seattle from Chicago for five years during my early twenties and loved it so much. However, I moved to […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]...
by The Mindful Word on Dec 8, 2016

PSYCHOLOGICAL & SPIRITUAL THERAPY: Misophonia—hatred of sound triggers intense emotional reaction

QUESTION Hello Jack, I’m concerned, actually more surprised, with something that happened the other day. First, let me tell you, I’m a complete “peacenik” and […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged...
by The Mindful Word on Dec 8, 2016

The Child I Never Knew

Oh my child how my heart aches for you today and every day The memory of you is still so vivid in my mind I imagine what life would have been like with you You were just beyond my reach … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Dec 3, 2016

Nature and Nurture: The Origins of Compassion

With the tense atmosphere that has surrounded our culture in the past few weeks, I'm thinking about compassion today. As parents, most of want to instill an understanding of compassion and kindness towards others in our children. It raises the questi...
by The Thoughtful Parent on Nov 15, 2016

How to Make Time to Connect With Your Kids, Even When You Are Insanely Busy

As parents we know that the emotional connection with our kids is really the foundation of our relationship. Without that, we can feel that we are simply cooks, chauffeurs, and homework masters instead of parents to our children. With all the tasks t...
by The Thoughtful Parent on Nov 11, 2016

Connecting with Kids: The Way to Win Their Hearts

When my 7-year-old started kindergarten a couple of years ago, I was struck by how different our interactions became. Being a stay-at-home mom, I was used to having hours of time with him each day. He went to preschool a few mornings a week prior to...
by The Thoughtful Parent on Oct 13, 2016

Belonging.

Sunday Inspiration.          Post by David Joel Miller. Belonging. “How could you ever feel comfortable if no matter where you went you felt like you belonged someplace else?” ― Mark Peter Hughes, Lemonade Mouth “I didn’t belong...
by counseolrssoapbox on Aug 28, 2016

Serenity.

Sunday Inspiration.          Post by David Joel Miller. Serenity. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever...
by counseolrssoapbox on Aug 21, 2016

The Pursuit of Spiritually Aware Parenting

Someone asked me today what my “goal” is in the work I do, and an image flashed across my mind.It was a pregnant mother to be walking into a spiritual bookstore in Glastonbury over in the UK.The woman was me.14 years ago, my husband and I were ex...
by Parenting From Source on Aug 18, 2016

Growth.

Sunday Inspiration.          Post by David Joel Miller. Growth. “Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” ― John F. Kennedy “We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not...
by counseolrssoapbox on Aug 14, 2016

5 Steps to Becoming The Parent You Want to Be

Last week I heard something that blew my mind.Do you want to know one of the greatest parts of ourselves that hold us back?What do you think it is? What holds each of us back from becoming the people, the parents, we want to be?Give up?Homeostasis. I...
by Parenting From Source on Aug 11, 2016

5 Steps to Becoming The Parent You Want to Be

Last week I heard something that blew my mind.Do you want to know one of the greatest parts of ourselves that hold us back?What do you think it is? What holds each of us back from becoming the people, the parents, we want to be?Give up?Homeostasis. I...
by Parenting From Source on Aug 11, 2016

It is well.

It is well with my soul... I keep singing this song, I know, that I know, that I know, that it is well... but my heart does a little drop every time I hear my neighbours brand new baby girl cry. So I will just continue to sing this song, and know tha...
by LostBumblebee on Aug 8, 2016

Excitement.

Sunday Inspiration.          Post by David Joel Miller. Excitement. “I wanted change and excitement and to shoot off in all directions myself, like the colored arrows from a Fourth of July rocket.” ― Sylvia Plath “Choose thoughts that...
by counseolrssoapbox on Aug 7, 2016

Time Warp

First off this is not a rant but instead just an observation of feelings. Lately things have felt overly familiar and the best way I could describe it is being stuck in a time warp. Aside from the obvious differences of this pregnancy: Zach being her...
by Living Through Our Loss on Aug 3, 2016

Authenticity... within parenting and within ourselves

Before I was a mom I used to sit under the stars, read myself to sleep and write for hours on end.It wasn’t what defined me. Rather it was what authentically came out of me. The joy I felt when taking part in those things spurred ultimate conn...
by Parenting From Source on Aug 2, 2016

When You Feel Guilty & The Kids Couldn’t Give A Rats Ass…

  Last night the kids were hyper as hell at bedtime. So hyper I knew without a doubt it would end badly. They wanted to sleep in their blow up beds on the floor again. I agreed, reluctantly on account of the giddiness, but warned them that if th...
by Confessions Of An Irish Mammy on Jul 26, 2016


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