Raising Children is an Economy (Or creating a life worth living).
Imported from Watch Me Practice
The single most influential experience of my adult life was working at the Minneapolis Crisis Nursery.
I worked there from January of 1991 until July of 1995. The philosophy taught there shaped how I think about most everything. It shaped how I raised my kids, how I encountered yoga, how I am/operate in my current living situation. It affects my beliefs of health and wellness. (It is also how and where I met my husband and very many of my best friends.) It has been many years and I cannot say whether it is the same place it used to be, it was changing even as I was leaving, but I will forever be grateful for the way my point of view was trained by that resource.
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