Monday, July 18, 2016

Nobody is Broken

William Kenover's son, Sawyer, was diagnosed at age 7 as being on the autism spectrum.  William and his wife, Jen were committed to doing whatever they could to not leave him isolated so when they learned about the practice called 'joining' from Barry Neil Kaufman’s book 'Son-Rise' they were ready to jump in and give it a go.  The results for Sawyer were dramatic and inspiring.  But there was something more for William.  In order to really do the 'joining' he had to let go of the notion that there was anything 'wrong' with anybody.  This led to a transformation of the way he viewed and interacted with life.

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Covey Cowan, San Francisco, California