If you’ve been watching my series of video’s about the lessons I’m learning after the loss of my son, you can see this is raw, real and sometimes hard for me because (if you’re a parent) this might be the most painful experience of one’s life.
Recently I had dinner with Connor’s best friend and after hearing about some of the shenanigans my son was involved in… his friend went on and on about how much Connor admired my work in the world… taking a risk and following a dream.
Truthfully, what I’m going to miss most about him is how much he actually listened & talked with his dad because he loved hearing how I made a living. Our communication with each other was built over time and today I want to share with you how we developed the skill of listening & talking with each other, and how this applies to love & relationships.
If you’ve just watched the video, from the bottom of my heart… THANK YOU. This series of video is cathartic from me and allows me to express love for Connor which allows me to grieve through LOVE.
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Here what others have to say:
I personally would not let the kids swear, but anything else they wanted to say. Boundaries are ok. They can express themselves without swearing. F word is common among boys, but they can find another way to tell their issues. Being authentic is good, but society is going downhill and needs some boundaries. I am glad you could talk with your kids in an authentic way. Guys may be sad, but don’t talk.
Cynthia Young says
Wow… My condolences to you for your loss. May your pain be eased with the passing of time and your memories be a pillar for you. This is such a timely message and I thank you for your willingness to share. I 100% agree that a sacred space has to be established. Listening does create trust. We all can take away a great lesson out of this video, if only we are willing to listen! A big hug to you…. Thank you so much!