Accepting that you are not alone is a difficult and yet immensely rewarding accomplishment during difficult times. Making decisions and dealing with suffering leave many feeling lost and alone and in need of comfort and support. This weekend in our community was Relay For Life, a time for coming together after months of fundraising to support … Continue reading Accepting That You Are Not Alone
In the 90s as a middle school teacher, I assisted a bit in the production, as much as my talents allowed, of the play version of Marlo Thomas and friends’, “Free to Be You and Me “. I remember that the kids really enjoyed it as did I. Listening to sound bites of the songs … Continue reading Fearlessly Free to Be You and Me
Worry, doubt, fear, sadness and poor self esteem don’t belong in children. Adults either. But we expect children to be happy and playful and full of joy. How do they take on so much negativity at such a young age? Although it is assumed that traumatic experiences are the cause, more often than not, it … Continue reading 10 Ways to Help Children Face Negative Emotions and Find Happiness
Fear is so debilitating and yet right around the corner for many. The first real genuine pain in my chest fear I remember was of Captain Hook. I remember “watching” Peter Pan from behind the couch in complete fear. I don’t remember being afraid of the dark, but of being alone. At night I did … Continue reading Is the Boogie Man Still Under Your Bed?
Every stage of a journey is an opportunity for growth in an area that had been neglected, or never even considered. After retirement as a teacher and school administrator for over 30 years, I really started to work -on me! Achieve Today, Unleash the Power Within with Tony Robbins, and Landmark Education are the major coaching programs I have participated in. … Continue reading Becoming C. Beth Hoffman, the Author