“There is this narrative when you’re locked up that you’re an animal. And that’s how they treat you. And, I was like, no, you are a human being. And you need to be treated with dignity. And so I began to see a lot of dignity begin to arise in my young people. Just having these mindfulness practices really allowed them to have a sense of care and love for themselves.” –Leslie Booker

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2 Responses to Dignity

  1. Mindfulness is essential. It needs to be taught in elementary school!

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    • msw blog says:

      There are some great books on mindfulness for those young as toddlers. I often suggest
      Alphabreaths The ABCs of Mindful Breathing by Christopher Willard, and Daniel Rechtschaffen, and Keeping It Cool: Skills for Coping with Change by Dr Melissa Munro Boyd, as I am a firm believer education starts at home.

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