Some years ago, I was invited to a re-parenting seminar at Lake Tahoe. It was given by Muriel James and her son. It was my sister who invited me. She told me to meet her in Reno, Nevada. I landed and we rented a car and drove to the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe. We arrived at camp and met the group. Later when we would socialize, I remember we all called each other by our first names, and we wouldn’t reveal our profession until the last day. The moderators didn’t want us to prejudge each other, but it made me twice as curious about who they all were.
At the closing session we talked about reentry, and how to adapt from a safe environment to the outside world. Inevitably one will find challenges and sometimes setbacks. How are we going to deal with the inevitable? Have a first aid kit handy. Have in it that which sets you back on your feet. I in my first aid kit have a printed picture of my friend, of my dog, some travelers’ checks and an airline ticket to the beach.
I have reached for it, and it’s never let me down. What would you put in yours? Cheers!
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