Autumn always reminds me of that game with leaves. You know, the one where we all go out to a tree that’s losing it’s leaves, and choose a fallen leaf each. Then we each examine our leaf thoroughly, we smell it and we feel it. Then we all put our leaves in a big pile of leaves and toss them about. Then we try to find ‘our’ leaf. The process of identifying that one leaf always creates such a lovely opportunity for discussion about uniqueness and differences within a species – within any part of creation - that even though we are not exactly the same, we are all special and significant each in our own way. And as someone once said 'differences challenge assumptions'. Timely right now, I feel.
I am passionate about the power of emotions - and about children! As a coach, counselor, mother and grandmother, I write stories, and share quotes, recent science and how-to tips to help with feeling, doing, and being more of what we want - as individuals, parents, and/or managing others! I also write books, and founded Applied Emotional Mastery at the beginning of this century. I try to be what I want to see :-) and I love your feedback!