Old Friends, True Friends, and Friendship Divorce
If we expect them to “be there for us” because we don’t know how to be there for ourselves,…
When Friendships Change
If you feel drained, empty, belittled and insulted by a friend you should acknowledge that this is diminishing your…
The Importance of Old Friendships
...the purpose of friendship is to support and be supported in our search for well-being and happiness.
Why Parents are Catalysts for Change
There are no coincidences in this life. When it comes to the topic of family, we are each born…
Accepting Our Parents, Accepting Ourselves
I think that accepting parents for “who they are” is intertwined with accepting ourselves and recognizing the role parents…
Acknowledging Our Parents Are Human
To accept our parents for who they are is to acknowledge them as human.
Family and the Web of Woundedness
Compassion is the capacity to move beyond our own sense of entitlement and victimhood and move inside the other…
Why Relationships Work
We need someone standing there with us, supporting, challenging and reminding us of the qualities we need to perfect.
Avoiding Disconnection in a Relationship
When we feel that disconnection happening, we make a point of scheduling a date night.
What Causes Love to Go Away?
Leaving the ego behind is the same as the spiritual quest for the true self.
The Key to a Healthy Relationship
On any marital journey, it always helps to have perspective at your fingertips.
The Basics of Investing
A brief and totally non-comprehensive overview of some of the issues worth considering amidst all the chaos and emotion…
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