Relationships can be a fertile ground for our development and transformation. Those who are closest to us, the ones we feel safe and loved with, can create the ideal conditions that allow for new growth. On good days we might look at our partners and say thank you for helping me grow. The days when
In a blink of an eye the world changed and we entered into a time of major challenge and uncertainty. This moment will eventually pass, but while we are here how do we stay connected while practicing physical distancing or self-isolating? Part of the solution is for us to stay human with one another while
Holding space is one of the highest gifts we can give to each other. We walk alongside them without judgment, with whatever shows up: opening and expanding our hearts so they can access theirs. Part of holding space is to allow all your senses to open. It is a way of being present and listening,
Relationships are one of our deepest issues tapping into the deep-rooted and innermost conditioning of our inner self. They are all about intimacy and that can be daunting and risky especially for someone who has never had a model of how to build a healthy, emotional relationship. It can feel out of reach.
Everyone gets angry. It’s a normal response to disappointments, betrayals, unfairness, and confrontations. Have you ever tried to hide your feelings when you’re angry? It’s pretty difficult. Whether we act out or go into a deep freeze, it makes itself known. Anger is not good or bad – it’s what we do with it. Some