Category Archives: Peace In Relationships

What Is Narcissistic Behavior? Believe Actions, Not Words!

Narcissistic Behaviour Have you ever been lured into a store with the promise of a great–almost unbelievable–deal? Then, you get there and find that there are conditions: the deal is only available for people with perfect credit, green hair, purple eyes, an IQ of 220 and whose mother had no children? Otherwise,  you’re out of…

Mediation Services to solve relationship problems

If you are having relationship problems at home or at work,  I can help. Conflict is inevitable. Combat can leave you dead right, but, dead nonetheless! Mediation creates clarity, communication & collaboration to live with new agreements. – Rhoberta Shaler, PhD Whether you are focused on improving your relationship, or ending it, my clients say Read More > >

Healing After A Loss Takes Longer Than You Wish It Did!

We all experience loss. Someone leaves us. Someone dies. Jobs end. Children leave home or stop talking to us. Loss feels bad. And, it takes longer to heal after a loss than you wish it did! Loss hurts! It makes you question life, love, values and beliefs. It can turn you from a peaceful person…

Keynotes & Seminars

“Motivating, inspiring, content-rich, practical. What more could we have wanted!” These power-packed topics are available as keynotes, breakouts and half or full-day seminars. SPEAKING & SEMINAR TOPICS: SEX, LIES & CELLPHONES: Becoming Self-Aware & “Other” Wise Relationships often show many symptoms before breaking out into something really uncomfortable, nasty or hard to recover from.  Dr. Read More > >

Relationship Help: When the wedding daze is over and real life begins…

Out on the playground, or in the sandbox, little children stamp their feet and say, “Me. Me. I want it my way!!!” Often, in relationships we find big kids–we call them adults because they got bigger–metaphorically stamping their feet and saying the same thing. I am particularly struck by this when I work with young…

Relationship Help: Ever Feel Taken for Granted?

A great enemy of loving relationships is that old phrase: “taken for granted.” It’s a sure sign of needing relationship help. Many folks who have been in relationship for a while are well-served by stopping to think about whether or not they might be taking their partners for granted. What does it mean, to take…

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