Something to contemplate. . .
Five Tasks of Life Dr. James Natter Tombstone epitaphs, have you ever read them? They can be hauntingly insightful. An old New England gravestone I read a few years ago went: "As you are now, I once was; as I am now, one day you shall be." That stopped me in my...
Discover 12 common elements of a spiritual marriage, including making room for each other’s issues.
Most of us wouldn’t hesitate to improve our relationships given a chance. Susan explores three basic principles that help cultivate intimacy and strengthen bonds.
Grieving through the holidays? For many people, the feelings around loss (emotional pain, anger, sadness, fear, loneliness, and vulnerability) intensify at holiday time. Dr. Ann Letourneau, CSJ, offers 5 tips to help you navigate the holidays when you may not feel like celebrating.
Learn to be assertive without diminishing others. Nicole Maxwell offers ways to implement healthy assertive skills into everyday situations over the alternatives of being stuck in a passive rut or an aggressive attitude.
Effective listening can be difficult when our lives, our heads, our hearts are filled with so many distractions which take up so much “inside airtime” and consequently don’t allow us to be present to our loved ones, to be able to truly hear them. When we tune out our partners, we can more easily lose emotional connection with them.