“He’s a nice guy, a little awkward though.” I hear, in a low but clearly audible tone, as I leave the group of 15 gathered around a table for a cake, and a birthday song. I am about 20 feet away from the table, walking away, as I stop for a moment to grab my… Read More INNER CHILD HEALING: confronting the complex labyrinths of illusions I have constructed in my own mind, to shield myself from a deep-rooted belief that I was never worthy of love, and that I never fit this world.
At 37, Peter sits on the train, his wife is cooking dinner at home, as he reads his book, his daughter Jeannie, 5, waits at home. Peter contemplates how lucky he is to have a loving wife and daughter at home for him. He doesn’t love his job, but he feels safe and secure and… Read More Talking about my daughter’s soccer practice on the commuter train