Wholeheartedly Teaching to an Empty Room

Wholeheartedly Teaching to an Empty Room

Earlier this week, for two days in a row I wholeheartedly showed up to teach a webinar to an empty room of zero participants! The day before that, on the first day of the webinar, I had one attendee, sitting there in her little zoom box, receiving every word. Because...
Witnessed by Our Children; Modeling Vulnerability & Humanness

Witnessed by Our Children; Modeling Vulnerability & Humanness

My children have watched me intimately since they were born, of course. They know me in ways that nobody else does. For better and for worse. They know how to track the subtle changes of light and shadow that move across my face in a single day. They know how to...
21 Keys to Sanity While Stewarding Teens

21 Keys to Sanity While Stewarding Teens

21 KEYS TO SANITY WHILE STEWARDING TEENS 1. We are rewarded in our willingness to endure difficult, painful, and even messy conversations with our teens, in which complexity, triggers, and tears might arise, on both sides. 2. It’s never about perfect. It’s about...
Treasures from The Trenches of Parenting Teens

Treasures from The Trenches of Parenting Teens

It’s always a fruitful challenge to try and glean the treasures of something while still in the jaws of its medicine, right? ✨ Recently I received a text from one of my longtime, dearest friends. She and I have been soul sisters since before we became mothers, and...
FEELING IT

FEELING IT

A couple of mornings ago, when my son woke up and came out of his bedroom, he found me sitting at the kitchen table, staring at my computer, my eyes moist with tears. Concerned, he asked me, “What’s going on, Mom? What’s happening?” I wiped away my tears, looked at...