You might call it luck, or serendipity, or even a miracle, but most great successes have a coalescing moment, a conversation, an event that moves them from "I want" to "I have".Read More
Tips and tricks for coping with the doom and gloom of "what if" scenarios.Read More
Hope doesn't always spring eternal, sometimes it needs a little help. Here are some techniques to combat the pervasiveness of hopelessness, so that you can pull yourself back up and keep moving forward!Read More
There are more reasons why people don't accomplish their goals than there are people on the planet; most of us have several reasons at any given time. But one of the reasons that's overlooked most often is the most insidious...Read More
What do you do when you're presented with a ton of options and you can't decide what's best? Or worse, when it's a binary option of either yes or no, and you have no way of knowing which option will bring you happiness?
The first step is...Read More
From an early age, many of us are taught--explicitly or subliminally--about the importance of "fitting in"... But is homogeneity sustainable?Read More
We are at a turning point, on the planet and in our society. This is a time when even the smallest action can have far-reaching effect. When the fabled butterfly wing truly can create a tsunami.
What are the actions you will take? What are the gifts you have to bring into the world? Which choices will you make, knowing that your choices shape your experience of the world, and knowing that inaction is itself a choice?Read More
For years, hope has been treated like a commodity, used to sell everything from political campaigns to stain removers... So why buy into the notion of hope any longer?Read More
A lot of us who struggle with depression can identify with feeling "broken". That there's something intrinsically wrong with us deep down inside, that keeps us from being functional in the way we would like to be...or think we "should" be.Read More
They're certainly a great start. Anything that helps us avoid a shouting match is a good thing, particularly since once either person gets defensive, they generally can't hear any new information, and the conflict gets escalated. But even partners who regularly use "I statements" can still have dramatic miscommunications.Read More