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Attunement – vital early experiences

By Dave Henning / November 17, 2020

“These vital early experiences of responsiveness to our needs, which psychologists and researchers refer to as attunement are the basis for our attachment styles throughout our lifespans.  Before any of us had even formed explicit thoughts or memories, the wiring in our brains and nervous systems began to mirror the ways our caregivers interacted with […]


The golden rule of intimacy

By Dave Henning / December 10, 2017

“What is the golden rule of intimacy?  Here it is: ‘Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.’ “- John Ortberg In Chapter 6 (“The Joy of Jury Duty: The Golden Rule of Intimacy”) of I’d Like You More . . . , John Ortberg states a single command given by the apostle […]

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