We are constantly supported. Always.
Posted on October 6, 2021 3 Comments
Yesterday evening I was struggling. I was tired, my spouse was tired, and as we were outside together we were gently getting on each other’s last nerve just by breathing. It happens occassionally, because we are human. The question is less “do you know what I mean” and more “how recently have you experienced this.” […]
Benchmarks of leveling up in relationship
Posted on October 23, 2019 2 Comments
Watch the above video till the end. All the way through. Even if you think you know what is coming. Even if you’ve already seen it. (Oh, for crying out loud, it’s only four minutes and ten seconds to the end credits. Consider it easy meditation time, and just enjoy.) QUESTIONS TO PONDER, NOW THAT […]
For a perspective shift, cue this drama llama.
Posted on August 7, 2019 Leave a Comment
Sometimes we find ourselves getting all caught up in our drama. And it’s often stupid stuff, too: Can somebody just give a straight answer to our work question? We finally order an item we need to replace, and it’s discontinued. The only day this week we have to mow the lawn turns into a rainstorm. […]
Do The Next Right Thing
Posted on June 19, 2019 Leave a Comment
It’s good to see the big picture, to keep our envisioned outcome. And it’s easy to think that our immediate decisions and choices either make or break that outcome. They don’t. For example, maybe you have been stuck in analysis paralysis — where you consider all of your options so intently and you can’t see […]
Neutral Is Not Negative
Posted on December 19, 2018 Leave a Comment
You may have gathered this by now, but my natural response to people and situations is one that’s positive. Sometimes, annoyingly so: The water softener finally bit the dust, and we woke up to water spilling all over the floor? Well, gee, isn’t it great that we were home and able to stop it before […]