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Your Experience Is Your Own. The Other Person Has Their Own, Too. Here’s How Both Thrive:

I will not attempt to control another’s experience. I got to live this the other day, and I tell you, I am having a completely different and much more elevated experience of relationship. If you have ever questioned your long-term compatibility with your spouse, a friend, or even your children, then read on.

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Perception and Experience

When your loved ones are seeing through a lens of frustration and negativity, do you help them see another way by sharing your perspective of optimism and light? How does that go for you? For myself, I have noticed that as a species we seem to have an underwhelming appreciation for being offered a way […]

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Doing the Deep Work

I am ready to go deeper. In my marriage, through friendship, in relation to my 92-year-old father-in-law’s process… In other words, with Life.   And oh, boy, when you tell the Universe that you are ready, it responds. Does it ever. (Actually, you’re telling yourself; the Universe has been lovingly awaiting you all along.)

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Not Wrong is the new Right

I’ve learned a small change in wording that makes a huge difference in relationship. It applies in all areas of life, because it strengthens connection. It’s super helpful to consider when someone is unleashing their belief, opinion, or frustration on you. It’s beneficial when someone shares their thoughts, feelings, and emotions with you. It’s also […]

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Choice: (adj.) of high quality

There I was on a relaxing Sunday evening, basking in the glow of an entirely lovely weekend with my spouse. I felt complete gratitude and appreciation for all sorts of things: the events we attended, the down time we created, enjoyable companionship together as well as our own individual time. Honestly, it was pretty much […]

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