The Broken Place It’s from here where all of our distortions and dysfunctions originate. We will often, unconsciously so, create meaning and lives and experiences and relationships from these distortions, which originate from this broken place. In time, the meanings, … Continue reading
If we in public television can only make it clear that feelings are mentionable and manageable—we will have done a great service for mental health.
~ Mister Rogers
Since Governor Romney confidently stated he will cut PBS funding, in front of Jim Lehrer no less, an uproar has emerged. There are numerous Facebook postings and tweets—many of them from Big Bird saying, “Oh hell naw!”
On my news feed, my cousin posted a video of Mister (Fred) Rogers speaking to the United States Senate. It is of Rogers graciously sharing his commitment to children and his concern about what they see on television. His goal: to receive the 20 million dollars of funding for PBS that Richard Nixon wanted to deny.
Got a new column over at elephant journal, and I’m talking about marriage.
Here is the first post:
The Soul Reporter on Growing Up Your Love.
The other day, my husband informed me via text he was going to do something he knew I might not approve of. Him sharing this with me is a new behavior. In the past, I found out these things by accident or because I was snooping around.
I told him how I felt about what he was going to do. I threw in the kids: “Do you think it is a good choice considering we have children?”
Turns out, I had no influence. He was still going to do what he wants to do, and I fell into a funk and sent him this text: