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"How can we prepare? We cannot prepare. But we are being prepared." Every culture has a Story of the People to give meaning to the world. Part conscious and part unconscious, it consists of a matrix of agreements, narratives, and symbols that tell us why we are here, where we…
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"Increasingly we may find ourselves with neither independence nor interdependence in the foreground or background, a place in which we are simply grounded.  A space in which feeling alone and all one are reconciled.  In this mindset, we become more and more able to see ourselves in others and others…
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WHY WE SHOULD CARE “What we’re not recognizing is that people are parenting and conceiving and carrying and birthing children under increasingly stressed conditions. Increasingly, it takes two people now to provide a living in this culture to families. And they’re doing so in the context of less support because…
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Join Kindred in celebrating Attachment Parenting Month in October 2015 with our exclusive interview with API founders, Lysa Parker and Barbara Nicholson, also authors of the book, Attached At The Heart.  Nicholson and Parker talk with Kindred's editor, Lisa Reagan, about mindful parenting as the spiritual essence of attachment science. Enjoy…
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Photo: Shutterstock/Angela Waye In Kindred's Fireside Chat below, listen to Charles Eisenstein share his insights into Parenthood and the Space Between Stories.  Lisa Reagan, Kindred's executive editor, attended Eisenstein's workshop on the Space Between Stories in 2013 in Charlottesville, VA. She asks Eisenstein to help Kindred readers understand the hallmarks…
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