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Everyday Invalidations Did You Make A Child Laugh Today?

As a parent I feel there are inherent duties and responsibilities to support the welfare, growth and development of a child. I am also aware of the power of laughter for a child.  That chemical rush of biochemicals and brain … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations What’s Your Play Quota?

In my world validation is a core event to undertake.  Planning to play helps makes that happen. It can be doodling, playing with my daughter, singing old Led Zepplin tunes, watching stand up comedy or anything that is being done … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Write What You Feel

I was listening to Jared Volle who said this.  Write what you feel.  Wow!  And don’t edit on a first try. Let the emotions ooze out.  And who is Jared Volle?  A stand up comedian.

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Everyday Invalidations What Makes Me Smile

This is my dearest daughter Claire who is teaching Dad how to paint today.  This makes me smile.  

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Everyday Invalidations Parenting

I commented on this before and I think it is very important so I will say it again.  A child’s world view or ideas or words require listening and validation and even improvisation of the narrative they have created.  It … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations The Intimate Validation of Stand Up Comedy

If you think being a stand up is about telling stupid jokes in run down dives or headlining in Vegas think again.  Although not a stand up comedian once a long time ago I took a course in how to … Continue reading

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