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Mary Kay Keller

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Dr Mary Kay Keller is an author, educator and researcher. She has worked with people improving relationships for nearly 20 years.


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Mary Kay Keller Sometimes I just go have fun. Riding my bike, turning to other places in my life that give me joy opens me up. I also read an amazing paper back…moreSometimes I just go have fun. Riding my bike, turning to other places in my life that give me joy opens me up. I also read an amazing paper back called Art and Fear. It really nails the whole writers block. Writing for pleasure is the secret. Writing for other reasons such as fame or success put too much pressure on. (less)
Mary Kay Keller Expressing my soul, my experience and knowledge. Knowing that what I put out there will support or connect with just one other person in the world…moreExpressing my soul, my experience and knowledge. Knowing that what I put out there will support or connect with just one other person in the world brings me joy. The ultimate is that writing allows me to connect with my soul, my inner being. I am an introvert and it is important for me to write to bring myself out of my head and into the world. (less)
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“Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.”
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“Some who support [more] coercive strategies assume that children will run wild if they are not controlled. However, the children for whom this is true typically turn out to be those accustomed to being controlled— those who are not trusted, given explanations, encouraged to think for themselves, helped to develop and internalize good values, and so on. Control breeds the need for more control, which is used to justify the use of control.”
Alfie Kohn, Punished by Rewards: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A's, Praise and Other Bribes

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