Cultivating the ability to forgive others for what we see as trespasses against us is one of the most positive things we
I talk to trees. And birds. And my car. I thank them for their beauty. For being reliable. For making my life
Weasel words. We use them to be inauthentic. We use them to dodge responsibility. We use them to avoid owning our behavior.
Extroversion. Introversion. Two important, misunderstood, terms. We extroverts (yes, I’m confessing) aren’t all loud, conversation hogs. Introverts-I count three among my closest
Did you know that how the folks around you feel affects how you feel, and vice-versa? Yep, Psych research suggests you can
As an EFT professional certified by ACEP (Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology), I'm expected to follow that organization's guidelines for ethical practice.
When some person or circumstance makes us feel attacked, we often retreat into what I call defensive auto - we come up
I found just what I needed today among the features in Elephant Journal, a free online newsletter oriented to personal/spiritual development. Yesterday,
Even though I don’t want to be mean, sometimes I am. Sometimes, meanness just slithers its way up from someplace deep inside,
Today’s post is about being pushy…as in willing to stomp all over other peoples’ wishes and feelings to get what we want.