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When Force Feels Necessary Part 2 – Real Life Example: Babies

When we are questioning the use of force, we are somehow deeming it potentially necessary. The next few posts will share some real life examples using ACT (Assess, Choose, Trust) to determine how we want to move forward when we are considering the use of force1. We have a myriad of choices in any given […]

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The Ways We Force – Physical Control and Harm of the Body: Chapter 2 Section 1

Force is alive and well in the world. There’s not a time in recorded history that force has not been alive. Early Biblical stories describe imposition of personal will as leading to the detriment of humanity. Cave dweller drawings depict wars between peoples, and animals, illustrating force. Regardless of our beliefs, if we want to […]

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The Role of Personal Power and Boundaries: Chapter 1 Section 6

The Role of Personal Power and Boundaries: Chapter 1 Section 6

Boundary. What comes to mind when you read the word boundary? Boundary, similar to force and power, has various meanings. Boundaries can speak to the borders between cities, states and countries. Boundaries can also communicate the sacredness of personal space or a line drawn in the sand to express an important limit we don’t want […]

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