COVID Wisdom This too shall pass. Coronavirus will not last forever, even though it already feels like it’s been way too long…In the big picture, this is just a moment in history. Yet, things are already changing. Not certain into what exactly… But did you know that this challenging time actually provides the prime conditions…

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Or how to move through your struggles with your quarantine mate Funny story: While I was cleaning the bathroom, I was listening to a couples therapy training (for couples therapists) on my headphones, specifically about how to make a rapid repair of the beginnings of an argument, before it catches fire and turns into a…

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The first offering of my Calm Balm for the Madness of March just finished. It’s not too late to sign up and get it if you missed the first run. Plus, it looks like coronavirus is here to stay through April and beyond, so I’m sure you’ll have many moments (or days on end) to…

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I crossed paths with a colleague today who I have high regard for and asked how he was doing. He answered with a worried look on his face that he was feeling especially nervous and anxious. I instantly felt compassion for him and asked what exactly he was feeling anxious about, or if it was…

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HEART-FULL MOMENTS A monthly feature of “Listening with Heart” blog, sharing wise words, meaningful things read or good things found, to help warm your heart.   These are the most impactful quotes I have read or heard this month that give me pause or uplift my heart. Wisdom is spoken in just a few words.…

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Two simple things you can do this week to bring Goodwill to your Couple Relationship. Have you started the new year with energy and hope? Are you making strides on all of those resolutions you made? Are you excited about new things you’re working toward? Or maybe do you feel exhausted from the holidays still,…

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In your heart In your intimate relationships In your home In your family In our community At my family’s Christmas Eve celebration, the other night, when my cousin said Grace and we gave thanks for the food and the opportunity to gather, he acknowledged how much work goes into the holidays and how stressful and…

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