There’s a lot of talk about “anxiety” these days. I’ll start with this audio:
We know our children all too well, and they’re also mysteries. You’re riding the tiger and the task is to stay on, get back on if you fall off, and not give up on the ride.
Parents aren’t nearly as confident or as sure-footed as they used to be. Below are some brief thoughts. Have a listen:
This video is a good beginning to get a taste of my approach to “helping.” Please let me know what you think. Shaun Kieran ShaunKpro@gmail.com (207) 767-3864
I’m concerned about how dispirited my professional colleagues have become, how much everyone’s heads are down, and how focused we are on news about how much or how little funding has fallen under the budget axe.
I’m discouraged that a major conversation we’re not having is the one among ourselves as professionals about what we’re seeing – and what we might do about what we’re seeing.
A heartwarming scene: As friends and family dab their eyes, a 19-year-old young man, in Special Ed since middle school for both “behavioral” and “cognitive” learning disabilities, hears his name over the loudspeaker, and with unself-conscious delight in his face shuffles across the platform to loud applause. He receives a warm hug from the principal…
Shaun, when do I pull the plug on my immature, s***-for-brains, possibly dangerous ex, who – here we go again – is not paying child support, and barely trying to keep his end of the visitation agreement? I know boys need their Dads – my sons sure do totally adore theirs – and I also…