5/26/11

The Importance of allowing for pain, sadness and grief. Is your family dealing with a crisis?




Updates from Cathy Cassani Adams

Zen Parenting Radio…..
Can you be present for their pain?
Cathy and Todd discuss the importance of allowing for pain, sadness, and grief – if your family is dealing with a crisis, divorce, death, or just overall challenges, this show is for you….www.zenparentingradio.com/archive/can-you-be-present-for-their-pain/

Cathy discusses paradigm shifts, but Todd still doesn’t understand what a paradigm shift is….
Todd and Cathy share their pet peeves and then discover new and more positive ways to view these annoyances…..http://www.zenparentingradio.com/archive/cathy-discusses-paradigm-shifts-todd-still-doesn%E2%80%99t-understand-what-a-paradigm-shift-is%E2%80%A6/

Are you looking for a creative and cost-effective way to market your product/business/website?  We will talk about you on Zen Parenting Radio! Contact Todd – 773/251-6344 or toddadams1@sbcglobal.net and read this….

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Yoga……
Monday Morning Yoga at 5:30 a.m. will continue all summer! 
Lorna Samatas and I will teach this class June 6th – August 29…….no need to prepay, just show up!


Book……. page0001.jpg
The Self-Aware Parent Two:  23 More Lessons for Growing with Your Children….coming out in a few weeks!
In a week or two you can pre-order through my site (I’ll keep you posted) – it will also be available on Amazon

Just for fun….. http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS7sGN51bKdTyfNkj4aKGLdBI6ZBxGJJsyZn3i9YlkNMXlR8LMv_g

Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
Cathy

2 comments:

marilyn said...

When I read the Oprah article I thought back to when I was in first grade. I wanted to be accepted so much so I created a lie to my desk neighbors about how many jelly bracelets I had. I wanted to seem cool. I still feel bad about that lie today and I am in my mid 30's. I guess when I have children I I will help them get comfortable with their true self and accept that sometimes they will do things to be accepted..but help them through the challenge. I know it is corny and I am not a mother yet..but I have always thought love will help your children through the tough times:)

Carol And Stacy said...

Marilyn, love can help your children through tough times. It's great you are already planning ahead ways you want to parent. That is important. Everyone strives to fit it. Teaching children the gift of how to love themselves and become comfortable in their own skin is priceless. Oprah is priceless. She has brought the world many lessons.