The secret to a healthy, satisfying, and supportive romantic relationship is self-love. Google self-love now. You’ll find millions of articles. Loving yourself makes you more attractive to a potential partner. Loving yourself sets the tone for how your partners treat you. Loving yourself reinforces that your lover doesn’t complete you. It all sounds great, doesn’t it? So if relating is as… Continue reading Self-Love; Why Doesn’t It Work Even Though It Sounds Good?
Don’t should all over yourself, obligation is but a whisper of loving will; Drenching oneself with the weight of ‘have to’ cheapens the gift of honor and devotion. Notice the right, wrong, good, bad, true, false, all as rolling hills and rumbling clouds echoing the acoustic snowglobe between; schismatizing oneself with righteous opinion dilutes life-affirmation… Continue reading Contemplate This
John Taylor Gatto was a New York public school teacher with 30 years of classroom experience. He was awarded New York City Teacher of the Year four times and New York State Teacher of the Year in 1991. He is a man of penetrating curiosity, formidable courage, unparalleled trust in the natural learning process and… Continue reading Secrets of Private Elite Boarding Schools
Gary Van Warmerdam, a teacher of considerable experience in the Toltec Path, features an essay on his website exploring how individuals who are out of alignment with their emotional integrity can manipulate their romantic partners into giving them attention against their own will. See if any of the following sounds familiar to you. Partner A… Continue reading How to Develop Your Emotional Integrity
When you feel down on yourself, do you ever wonder what parts of you are at play here? I mean, ‘someone’ has been not enough and ‘someone else’ is persecuting the inadequate part. In working with people around self-esteem and relating, I realize that no amount of skillful communication or reasoning can assist you through… Continue reading Reparenting Yourself