Offering relationship help to couples as I do every day, I’m often asked what are the biggest relationship issues couples encounter. Folks especially want to know which ones can be fixed, which ones take a lot of work to fix, and which ones are simply impossible to fix. In my blog, I’m all about giving…
There are times–often, many times–when we are just bursting to speak. We want to tell folks what we think, why we think it, why our opinion/advice/insight has merit, and what they should be doing/thinking/feeling/considering. Does that about cover it? Yes, I think so, but what really needs to be covered is our mouths! Yep! It’s…
THOUGHTS ON PRIVATE SESSIONS to help you Resolve Relationship Problems within yourself, with others at home and at work…. Sometimes we tend to think of working with a professional as a last resort, the place we go that shows the problem is bigger than our skill set and that somehow we have failed. I have a different Read More > >
Conflict in relationships happens! Unless we live in a vacuum, we will have conflict with others. And, even then, we would have conflicts within ourselves! That’s where mediation services are helpful! Conflict and confrontation are sparks to creativity, growth, clarity and depth…if they are handled wisely and well. Otherwise, they lead to conflagration, big fires Read More > >
If you have a contrarian–a person who always says black when you say white and has no interest in moving towards gray–that you have to work with, or happens to be a family member, these tips can help you. Contrarians seem to take great joy in the “gotcha.” Get insights into improving the relationship here.
Sometimes we try living up to the expectations of others. Sometimes, we settle for what falls in our laps. But the title of this blog post says it all and you’ll find great questions to ask yourself in it. Take some time for reflection on what you are “made” to do.
Happiness maven, Christine Carter of Greater Good Science Centre in Berkeley CA, discusses the benefits of not being perfect… What do you think? Is perfectionism holding you back from happiness & personal peace? Discuss!