"But what is more disturbing was the fact that of the people were sort of waiting for the fight’s conclusion they were allowing this fight to happen, and all this on my first day in high school. " The worst possible thing that I could have happen to me was to go to an all boys school. The reasons are numerous and the impact of this decision would become a part of me in a very unpleasant way for many years to come.
How does money work in your marriage? You may feel too afraid to share your financial situation with your spouse but by doing so you can change your life. It brings with it self-worth, connection and transparency which will ultimately bring you both closer together. Being brave enough to talk about money means you get to strip away a layer of role-specific, predetermined, social junk and you become a little more human.
Should children be taught to punch others in the face? On this episode, I share an experience I witnessed one afternoon on a playground and ask myself how much prepartion and readiness should we be actively teaching our children?
I have a confession to make... I am teaching again. But wait, before you think I have gone insane and am trying to punish myself, it's different this time! How so? I started this podcast on the premise of never going back to it all so what the heck am I doing? Listen and find out.
On this episode, I share a story where I helped someone and it led to anger being directed towards me. The universe also conspired to get me to connect with a really awesome stay-at-home dad and real estate expert Huge Torres who has more in common with me than I could ever have imagined.
Join me as I talk to two different guests who are from very different parts of the world with deeply different interests. I delve into my own feelings of anger as well as challenge myself to keep creating.
What is it that makes people pick themselves up after even the most difficult challenges? Maybe it's genetics , your upbrining or some other form of magic but the human spirit can sometimes be astonishingly resilient.
Birthday parties and jumping castles... things I hated as a child, but why was this? I think it had to do with feelings it brought up for me, feelings of vulnerability. I dig a little into my past and examine why I have an aversion to birthdays and why the thought of not buying my childhood cereals scare me.
In the second episode of the show, I discuss the importance of play. Deep play requires you to become emotionally vulnerable, how the heck do you do that when most of your "adult" day has you hiding that inner world?