When I brought my newborn baby son home from the hospital we had a broken TV; it took at least 30 minutes to warm up. I was sleeping out on the futon in the living room of our tiny one bedroom apartment and I was leaving the television on all night, muted, so that when the […]
The second part of resiliency is healthy, supportive relationships that tell us that we are lovable.
Our children need us to matter. They need us to matter so that they get to matter, too, someday when they have children.