Category Archives: Mentorship

Rhythmic Trust Bonding with Ruby and Others

Ah, yes, Dayna, your precious great niece, Ruby, just over a year old is mighty lucky to have you in her family–available to consciously see what she needs to learn in order to trust that her needs will get met. Read more ...

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Dayna Question

I am now a great aunt (AHHH, how time flies). Ruby is just over a year old and is   interested in rhythmic books. Since your book, I Like Company, is very rhythmic, I was reading your book again and … Read more ...

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You Are A Winner, JS

Lynn’s Response to JS

JS,

You are a “winner,” so self-aware and insightful that I see you as a role model for living a creative life. You have a depth of understanding that bodes well for living “The Creative Life.”… Read more ...

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About A Book Called “I Like Company”

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I ask you to . . .

Read and respond to this blog.

I want to hear your experiences . . .

And I’ll tell you mine . . . Or ones I’ve heard .

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What I Learned About “I Like Company”

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At the 2011 Texas Association of Young Children (TAEYC), I Like Company, my recently published children’s picture book, was introduced to half of it’s initial target audience:  caregivers, child care administrators, and parents of young children, … Read more ...

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Helping Children Form Lasting Bonds

Now, perhaps more than ever before our society needs to take tangible steps to ensure that our children make use of innate assets that guide their emotional growth and development. With the loosening of social mores* over the last century—mores … Read more ...

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