According to Daniel Siegel, our minds are inherently relational. We are shaped in part by the ways that others are and the things that others do. But as others interact with us, they do not just impact us in the moment. Over time, they leave an enduring mark on our identities. In what ways are you who you are because of someone you've known?
[image description: A toucan pokes its head out of a tree trunk with the anthropomorphic thought, "You must learn to rest in the holes left by others." In the distance, a heart walks along a sandy beach looking quizzically up at the toucan. Text reads: "Toucan Meditation."]
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