This lesson helps us understand how generational communication patterns influence our lives and what we can do about it.
There are two types of learning: 1) Sequential (one step after another along a described path), and 2) Non-sequential (steps forward and backward as needed). Understanding how people learn is critical to helping our communities thrive. Updated Sept. 2023.
This short post lists 7 Reasons hugging is a healthy communication choice and something you might consider doing as often possible.
When women become mothers, they don't stop being someone's child. The past lives within everyone, and the effects of an abusive, toxic, or otherwise damaging mother can echo down through generations. New mothers hoping to parent differently have a tough, strange, and...