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Three Tools and Two Secret Ingredients to Transform Your Relationships

April 28, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

We are never angry because of what others say or do. It is our thinking that makes us angry. – Marshall Rosenberg, Author of Non-Violent Communication “How are things going on the home front?” takes on a new meeting when the “home front” is the only front you have. We’ll soon start spending more time away from home, yet our relationships have been tested in past couple of months. It’s sweet to hear someone say they appreciate that his or her mate is home with the family and not traveling so much or spending so many nights at the office or entertaining clients. Important needs are being met in some couples with a standing “game night” ritual and it didn’t […]

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4 Tools for Navigating this Rite of Passage

March 25, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

Humanity is experiencing a global rite of passage. Such experiences have a distinct three-stage pattern that is referred to as “the hero’s/heroine’s journey.” I will send you tools and sustenance intended to fit the current stage we are in. The first stage is the descent, when we are separated from our creature comforts and our family and community, we are confused and frustrated, and we lose the ego power of status and reputation. Then comes the ordeal, when we experience the fear of darkness and uncertainty that come with being in the “belly of the beast,” we wrestle with our demons, and we may have to fight for our life while at the same time getting a glimpse of a […]

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