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Apr 22, '20

Know Your Power as a Water Parent

In honor of our Executive Director Carey Davidson’s new book The Five Archetypes (currently #2 in new releases for personal transformation and spirituality on Amazon!), we are highlighting the importance of knowing your OWN power as a parent. Carey helps us understand that by knowing and balancing our own secret powers, we can become the most super

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Apr 15, '20

Living With COVID-19: Adapting to a New Reality

A word from Board President, Tournesol Kids, Harriet Beinfield: Living With COVID-19: Adapting to a New Realityby Harriet Beinfield and Efrem Korngold Our New RealityMost of us are struggling to reconcile ourselves with a new reality. Habits and routines are upside down and inside out. Economic instability is rampant. Ordinary coping mechanisms have evaporated as

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Apr 7, '20

Feeding your needs as an Gold Parent

In honor of our Executive Director Carey Davidson’s new book The Five Archetypes out TODAY, we are highlighting the importance of knowing your OWN power as a parent. Carey helps us understand that by knowing and balancing our own secret powers, we can become the most super parents! THE GOLD PARENTFeed your own Gold needs as a

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Apr 2, '20

Good Grief is a Golden Opportunity

Many of us are cycling through stages of emotion: What if things never return to normal? What if my children never see their grandfather again? What if the virus has screwed up our kids for a lifetime? This is the language of grief. During this time difficult time our children can be beacons of meditation

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Mar 27, '20

How Are You Doing in the Grip of Uncertainty?

A word from Board President, Tournesol Kids, Harriet Benefield: How Are You Doing in the Grip of Uncertainty?by Harriet Beinfield and Efrem Korngold, Chinese Medicine Works Not being able to predict what will happen makes it easy to experience this as a surreal time. Being tossed by heavy surf that no one waded into by

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Mar 25, '20

Feed your needs as an Earth Parent

In honor of our Executive Director Carey Davidson’s new book The Five Archetypes coming April 7th, we are highlighting the importance of knowing your OWN power as a parent. Parenting is tough and when you honor your own needs, you have an easier time responding to life’s ups and downs. THE EARTH PARENT Feed your own Earth

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Mar 20, '20

One Step at a Time in the Age of COVID-19

In this time of rapid change and radical uncertainty, we are all students. This kind of crisis is all new to children and it’s up to adults to model spirit and heart connection to help them be resilient.  This historic time is an opportunity for parents to be creative and build a new intimacy with

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Mar 18, '20

How Fire Children React in Stress

In honor of our Executive Director Carey Davidson’s new book The Five Archetypes coming April 7th, we are highlighting some points she shares regarding healthy child development over the next few weeks. Carey specifically focuses on pointers regarding learning style, sleeping needs, eating habits, physical needs and feelings for each type. This week, we focus on the Fire child

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Mar 12, '20

Mobilize Without Fear: Self-Care in the Time of Coronavirus

from Dr. Stephen Cowan There’s something missing from the information the CDC is offering right now that is more critical to our personal health than all the statistics. During my many years of primary care practice whenever flu came through town, I would call those newly diagnosed every day to see how they were doing.

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Mar 11, '20

How Wood Children React in Stress

In honor of our Executive Director Carey Davidson’s new book The Five Archetypes coming April 7th, we are highlighting some points she shares regarding healthy child development over the next few weeks. Carey specifically focuses on pointers regarding learning style, sleeping needs, eating habits, physical needs and feelings for each type. This week we focus on the

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