the yellow brick road
Have you ever felt like part of you really missed out on something in childhood? Like, maybe you weren’t allowed to jump on the bed, maybe you wanted nothing more than to grow up, or perhaps you had a childhood like mine that was robbed of the carefree wonderment of being a kid way too young. We spend the majority of our lives as adults, and the idea that childhood is fleeting doesn’t become understood until it’s much too late. There is such simple joy in the way a child look
Top 10 Relational Moments on TV!
The more I learn about relational skills and relational circuits, the more I look for examples of them! Sometimes I find the examples of when they are OFF and not being used, and sometimes I find examples of when relational skills are being used and relational circuits are clearly on. My brain learns best when it sees examples. Actually, to be even clearer, my brain learns BEST when it sees examples in real life. But sometimes, we don’t have many real life examples around us.
I grew up moving. A LOT. This made it a struggle for me to make friends. That's not entirely true. I had friends. I wasn't a total loner with no one to talk to. But I didn't let anyone in. No one really knew the real me. I was really good at putting a smile on my face as the new girl, and joining in with the crowd. But I never felt like the girls in this picture. These girls remind me of my sophomore year of high school. I was entering my 11th school... and I made it to the c