Empathic meeting involves not just listening and sitting with another’s life crisis, stressors, or pathology, but with their striving in the process. It’s those ‘micro-moments’ when frustration, misunderstanding or hopelessness invades the space between us,...read more
Carl Rogers wrote: “It is not simple to achieve such reality [as being authentic]. Being real involves the difficult task of being acquainted with the flow of experience going on within oneself, a flow marked especially by complexity and continuous change...”...read more
We are in relationship. We have kids. We are focused on career. Don’t forget self-care! I don’t remember when I started to ignore her. Maybe it was somewhere between my undergrad degree and the piles of dirty laundry. Maybe she was forgotten during one of those...read more
Making a Mission Statement to Make a Healthy Family. Studies show that successful businesses start with a mission; a set of standards and ideals that orient each person on a team toward a common set of goals. Let’s take Apple Inc., arguably one of the most successful...read more
Think back to the beginning of your relationship with your spouse or significant other. How did we connect with one another? For some, we spent hours chatting over coffee or on the phone. Others, we choose to be engaged in activities and events we would never consider...read more
When you understand that addiction is a disease, it is easy to understand the need for aftercare following rehab. Imagine a patient who suffered from a debilitating physical disease. Would she skip out of the doctor’s office and prance down the street? No. She would...read more
As a society in general and as families, we do not make space to those who are feeling “under the weather”. Some people have lost a relationship due to death, divorce/separation, or may be a family conflict that put distance between members. Others might be...read more
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