Counting the Cost of Conflict

Cost of Conflict

We all know that conflict takes its toll on us mentally and physically.  Conflict makes communication difficult, starts consuming our thoughts and, in the workplace, is counterproductive – not only for those immediately involved but also for those surrounding us who have to deal with the fallout and aftermath. ... Read More

Spring’s Renewal Takes Many Forms

Maria Robinson wrote: “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today to make a new ending.”

How true. In the beginning of my divorce I was consumed with how I had been wronged and emotionally abused. Unbidden flashes of memory crossed my mind leaving me saddened... Read More

Are You Ready to Bloom?

Even if The Weather Channel threatens us with ONE MORE Nor’easter, this picture of the forsythia outside my door proudly confirms that spring is almost here. The brave yellow buds will survive a spring storm and one warm bright day will bring forth their cheerful yellow flowers.

While the cold, wind and... Read More

Be Honest with Yourself

be honest with yourself

So far this week we’ve talked about living – or being true – to your core values and what you believe.  The next step is to take a close look at your life and circumstances and be honest with yourself about where you are right now.  This can... Read More

Building Your Relationship with YOU!

building your relationship with you

We as human beings are built to be in relationship with one another.  Whether it’s family, friends, business associates or the person we meet in the checkout line, we are all connected.  Those relationships are an important part of who we are, and play a key role... Read More

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