Pure happiness and peace are at their peak when your body is in harmony with itself.
Shame and blame should have no place in our body, mind, or spirit.
Our perceptions are influenced by our surroundings.
Perfectionists are not all negative, miserable, unhappy and over controlling individuals
All children should be taught to unconditionally accept, approve, admire, appreciate, forgive, trust, and ultimately, love their own person.
Communication is an art form that is crafted throughout our lives.
Happiness is not giddiness or some overly inflated sense of being.
Always make your familial environment a safe and inviting place.
Have you ever noticed that fear affects your physical mind and body?
A child’s attachment process begins within the first year of life…
There is no debating that the effects of trauma experienced in childhood may have grave consequences.
Attachments that are not fostered may lend to the child’s inability to properly attach or have no attachment at all.
Perception is a vice with which each person is capable of perceiving his or her reality.
Children who are resilient often have an appearance of a Teflon coating: nothing seems to faze these children.
Loss has no friend, no allies, no benefit to the human spirit.
As an individual, you are entitled to your time of grief, process of grief, and right to grieve.
There is no greater grief, than when a parent losses a child.
Spanking a child is about the parent not the child. The child will learn more from positive correction than physical manipulation.
As fathers, we should have a desire to be active participants in our children’s lives.
Secure attachment has been linked to a child’s ability to successfully recover and prove resilient in the presence of a traumatic event.
Childhood trauma does not come in one single package.
Resiliency is the essence of a global positive framework…
Resiliency is not gender-, age-, or intellectually specific…
The ramifications of workplace violence can have a lingering effect on the organization for generations.
Toxic relationships are like a good pasta that has been overcooked.
Abuse may consist of physical maltreatment or language that is belittling, discriminatory…
Real happiness provides you the confidence that you never thought was obtainable.
Trauma may be endured through a physiological or psychological threat to life or overall wellbeing.
Survivors of trauma may have difficulty initiating relationships …
Worldview is often confused with perception; rather, it is our perception that influences our worldview.
Perception and worldview are one’s summary of life.
In simple, the past is a time gone by and no longer exists in the present moment, but we choose to allow this past to occupy our minds, our bodies and our very existence.
The loss of a child exploits the emotions of each individual it encounters.
Letting go of the past, is like opening the flood gates of healing to be set free.
An anchor should be someone who is personally open and willing to communicate.
Allow yourself to be an anchor and anchored by others.
Perfectionism is adaptive if you are mindful of your humanhood.
For far too long, the female gender has been plagued with stereotypes, typecasting, as well as, subtle and blatant discrimination.
Living in the past is like choosing to cling to a chronic illness.
The process of grieving any loss is dependent upon your relationship to the person.
A life lived without forgiveness is a life lived in the past.
Forgiveness has the ability to transform our thoughts.
Forgiveness is the intentional act or process of pardoning or offering absolution unto another.
Forgiveness is the ultimate liberator of our mind, body, and spirit.
Living in the past is a conscious or an unconscious choice made through a connection to the past.
Intrapersonal communication is a reflection of your self-esteem.
Self-esteem is a barometer of your overall internal makeup.
Fatherhood is the greatest education a man can ever receive.
Do not allow the negative of the past to mask your sight.
Communication can be sent or received through verbal or nonverbal cues.
Communication is the lifeblood of an organization.
Intrapersonal communication is a reflection of our daily messages.
A key to healthy problem solving is good communication.
Relationships are an art form created by two or more individuals who have similar or complementary visions, passions, and ambitions.
Unhealthy relationships are most commonly lacking in the most essential of ingredient: healthy communication.
Reading is a source of liberation. Children who are taught to read early on, are commonly taught to communicate in other significant verbal and nonverbal ways.
If you wait to live you will never succeed. Living begins today and it begins within you.
Domestic violence rarely affects only those directly involved in the abusive relationship.
The key to healthy communication is having a willingness to lay aside our defensive tendencies and accept responsibility for our part of the relationship
Resiliency is the body’s internal response to a stressful situation.
Domestic violence is any behavior involving physical, psychological, emotional, sexual or verbal abuse. It is any form of aggression intended to hurt, damage, or kill an intimate person.
Domestic violence is frequently excused when alcohol and other substances are involved.
Society has seldom considered the vicarious effects of domestic violence between partners on the lives of children.
…Studies have found that children who witness abuse are more likely to accept relationships that are abusive.
We are a society of excuses, shame and blame; we avoid accountability and often project our responsibility when involving domestic violence.
Domestic abusers and the abused need to develop healthy support systems…
Traumatic experiences in early childhood may interfere with the child’s ability to securely attach.
A child’s temperament appears to play another significant role in the child’s own perceptions and worldview.
No one wants to be entrapped by his or her addictive habit…
The lack of culpability of the perpetrator and his or her transference of blame onto alcohol or other substances only perpetuates the violent behaviors.
It is essential that children who are directly or indirectly affected by domestic violence receive psychological care.
Boundaries are, in simple terms, the recognition of personal space.