"I will kill you mother f*&^$%. I will stab you," she said. And there was more. A full on rant. I can't seem to recall additional pieces of the swearing that was taking place but it seemed to go on and on. This wasn't the latest Netflix series, so there was no mute button for … Continue reading Can You Please Watch Your Mouth?
Whether you realize it or not, your mind is an open book. Maybe not all the time but a study published in Psychological Science in 2014 shows how the thoughts or moods can be transmitted through the mother and infant relationship. Simulate to watching a movie and getting anxious at the same suspenseful scene as the others … Continue reading Catching & Spreading Emotion
At drop off this morning, my son and I debated about bringing a wooden souvenir knife to school. I said it was against the rules, and he said he'd keep in in his backpack where no one would see it. The debate ended in sadness and a couple of tears as he placed the knife … Continue reading Boys, Knives, Rules & School
Two nights ago, I watched the video Philando Castile's girlfriend posted after he was shot and killed by police July 6. And just the day before before, Alton Sterling was shot and killed by police. Racism is alive and well in the subconscious of certain individuals. This is something that needs to be talked about, otherwise how will … Continue reading Race, Violence and the Perception of A Child