Learning Self-Reg has been a journey full of surprises (and gifts).
Stuart’s work resonated with me from the moment I first discovered his writings in 2011. But one of the unexpected surprises was that somewhere along the line I realized that I was actually studying and learning about my own Self-Reg in the process.
Another surprise in my learning journey was the (sometimes humbling) roller coaster ride of believing I knew quite lot about Self-Reg, before coming to realize that my knowledge amounted to — at best — a droplet of water in the bucket of what there was to learn, know, and most importantly, live. Self-Reg was easy at first, then it became a bit overwhelming as I learned more and realized just how much there was to it. A bit of imposter syndrome and lots of self-doubt kicked in. The gift was moving through that and coming through on the other side into a very different Self-Reg “space”, that I explain in this short video.
Love that …a dance that lasts forever!!! Nice thought
To evolve we need to stumble, fall, get back up again, reflect and start again. It’s definately a process and not a program.
Il est important que adult ait des attente developpementales adequateset propre a chaque enfant . Soutenir enfant
I can relate to feeling insecure about the whole process because it is very complex. However I do take time to reflect and ask questions as I go. I know I will make mistakes but that’s ok because I am still learning.