I will remember, Dad, promise. 

I have been thinking about my Father the last few days. I was thinking about him when I was growing up, throughout my life and remembering him at the end of his life. He was a character without-a-doubt, complete with a sassy sense of humor. He was born in Bridgeport CT, on February 26, 1929.Continue reading “I will remember, Dad, promise. “

Healing Childhood Trauma-Eastbrook Church

Today I lectured on Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) to a group of Foster Parents at Eastbrook Church. There was one common bond among these loving brothers and sisters. Their mission is to be awesome parents to children whose life started in a struggle. God Bless these parents for their love, empathy and calling to careContinue reading “Healing Childhood Trauma-Eastbrook Church”

Broken dreams

  I was traveling with friends on a business trip where we speaking at a conference in downtown LA. One of my friends, Rachel suggested that find the cheesiest open bus tour of Hollywood to soak up the experience. The cheesy tour in all of its glory was perfect including a want-to-been actor as aContinue reading “Broken dreams”

Outside the inside door

Emotional jumbles can lead to pure understanding when we allow it to happen.  It does not take analysis, mind power or pain to find the clarity necessary to feel the depth of your heart. When we dig deep enough a straight path emerges from our soul. Our best understanding comes from simply listening to ourContinue reading “Outside the inside door”

Come in we’re Open

Dear Blog, I am back, sorry I have been so neglectful. Life has a habit of getting in the way or setting up walls that keep me from you.  But this habit is about to change. I am back, brighter, with more insight, stronger than before. I missed you, it feels good to be here.Continue reading “Come in we’re Open”