A detailed knowledge of who you want to attract helps you decide where you dedicate your energy and time.
Here is a simple exercise to get out of your head and back into your heart.
Difficult conversations can lead to flooding. Here are steps to remain calm while staying present for yourself and your partner.
You can do more than “agree to disagree.” Learn how to communicate with shared humanity and boundaries in mind.
A story of how compassion helped a family find relief when stressful conditions activated trauma triggers and coping mechanisms.
No matter how versed you are in the art of awareness, your sincere efforts to explore the present moment go a long way in bringing you and your partner closer.
Our ability to observe the workings of our mind, challenge our stories, and see what is really happening is a major predictor of happiness.
When the couple was sitting next to each other holding hands, the brainwave sync was the strongest. How incredible is that?
Putting these into practice will put you in touch with your body, feelings, and mind.
No, I am not referring to Fifty Shades of Grey sadism and masochism.
Managing conflict isn’t simply about being aware of and intentional about your thoughts and your words.
The last, but certainly not least, of the Four Horsemen is stonewalling.
Help your teen manage their fears about learning online.
You can manage your work and your child’s schooling when everyone is home. Here’s how.
What role did the Four Horsemen, relationship phases, flooding, and perpetual problems play in your past relationships?
Betrayal trauma hits the foundation of the person and the relationship—trust.
Identifying what I needed helped release and transform vicarious trauma into post-traumatic growth.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but can words really hurt me?
Having a joyful, connected holiday season is absolutely possible.
Children, just like adults, benefit greatly from consistent and deliberate self-care activities.