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Parenting Ourselves


A famous singer and songwriter was being interviewed on National Public Radio. She came from a family of singers and songwriters and gradually revealed a childhood and life style that ran a bit on the wild side. It seems that rules and boundaries were few while musicians and instruments, drugs and alcohol came and went through the revolving door of their home. As a result, she admited that now, as a young woman in her twenties, she was buying a lot of parenting books. She didn’t have children; she simply wanted to know how to parent herself. She needed to learn how to establish for herself the very boundaries that had never been there as she had been growing up.


So when do we say enough to the shopping, the eating, and addiction to computer games. When do we look at our bodies and change how we dress? When does paying atention to our posture, picking up our toys, saving our pennies and eating our vegetables become our habits and not just our mothers’ voices in our heads?


A friend who is the guru of technology states that there are a hundred new apps created every day and suggests giving up the need to understand and know it all. You can’t. She suggests cuting down on so many choices, keeping what you need, what works for you and leting go of the rest. Not bad advice… for anything.


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