Shame is a poisoned arrow I kept buried in my heart. It took me a long time to forgive myself for how I mistreated my parents. It was the gift that I needed to give myself to live my best life.
Gift-giving was a major way my parents shared their love for me, but I didn't always see it that way. I finally get it, & now I love doing the same. Parents Are Gifts: https://parentsaregifts.com
Life is too short for small talk. Asking deep questions transformed my relationship with my parents, forging a friendship I never knew was possible. Parents Are Human: https://parentsarehuman.com
This shortcut has helped me in every part of life. The more people who know of my commitment to working on a challenge, the more pressure I feel to show up. The Parent Project: https://go.parentsarehuman.com/theproject
My father didn’t tell me how to live. He lived, and let me watch him do it. - Clarence Kelland There are endless examples of my father's selfless love. This is one that is dear to my heart.