Bedtime story for adults
Preferably aloud, should you have a bedfellow. Nov 11, Carla rated it liked it. A poetry podcast about the power of myth and the politics of storytelling. Rituals like a bedtime story could allow for the time and space of us to practice that which is of help and of health. Yet we are the only species who overrides its body-clock. Catherine marked it as to-read Oct 19, Adult Bedtime Stories is a show dedicated to bringing sacredness back to our sexuality and to learn about everything sexual.
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Our daytimes are full, if not overflowing, and this does not lend itself to rest, restoration or sleep at night… Although one size rarely fits all, the power of story can bring someone into the present moment. Devin Richey added it Oct 18, I can vouch for the transformative effect a good story can have on a severely ill child, having visited the wards with their expert storytellers. Each would be carefully hand-selected — some introduced by brilliant writers — in a bedside book that also explored how life really is but a dream. Finally, as you ask, yes — my son has come around to the title. Imogen marked it as to-read Sep 30,
Bethany Plummer marked it as to-read Oct 11, Does being the life of the party justify neglecting your family and playing mean jokes on people? Mark marked it as to-read Nov 04, Keep your mind and body on top form with our guides to healthy living. How stories get you off to sleep One of the Sleep Stories is actually a talk on sleep science and advice by Dr Steve Orma, a clinical psychologist and specialist in treating sleep problems. Carly marked it as to-read Oct 19,