There is a lot of talk these days about Being You. It seems that this would be a fair assumption that we all want to BE who we are and yet, many people are becoming aware that they aren't BEing who they would like to BE and feel like they are not in control of their own lives.
I wrote a book inviting parents to parent from a place of Be You parenting. As I wrote that book, I began to become more aware of what was missing not only as I parented my children, but even more importantly, in how I lived my life. This got me to wondering. What does it mean to BE me?
So I asked a question: Read on