My Mother’s Mirror

The mother/child relationship; there’s just nothing else like it.  It represents how we nurture and cherish ourselves.  When the mother role is a good one, children grow up with healthy boundaries and a strong sense of their worth.  They grow into individuals who can care for and love themselves and others.  But when the role

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Anxiety: the Cry of the Inner Child

Many thanks for those who responded to last week’s message. Its difficult to write about subjects that are so personal, yet, knowing that they are helping makes it worthwhile. Today’s topic is yet another epitaph  any born of this same situation. I hope it will help take you a step further in your own healing.

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Addictions and the Inner Child

Questions about addictions come up often in counseling sessions; should I quit, or how can I quit my ______ addiction? Having learned (and experienced) that quitting addictions is very challenging, and that quitting cold turkey, is not for the faint-hearted, my answers come as a surprise. “Don’t quit.” I tell them, “At least not yet.”

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When Others Take From You

Since so many starseeds are awakening now, or having awakened previously and ready to begin their work, I thought I’d write a series on lessons that must be learned. (For a more thorough understanding of starseed training, along with a real life example, read Mission Remembered, Book Two.) Though many of the lessons are common

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