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  • How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem

    How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem

How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem

  One of my extended family members died recently.  When people offered their condolences, (more…)
By |August, 2nd, 2016|Relationships|Comments Off on How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem
  • Are Women Really Better at Relationships? Are Women Really Better at Relationships?

    Are Women Really Better at Relationships?

Are Women Really Better at Relationships?

It was with equal amounts of anticipation and dread that I read the R. Chase article “What Men Want.”  I laughed out loud when I read the following exchange […]
By |July, 2nd, 2016|Love & Marriage|Comments Off on Are Women Really Better at Relationships?
  • My Father, Money and Me My Father, Money and Me

    My Father, Money and Me

My Father, Money and Me

I was recently asked to give my first offertory at the church I attend.  It’s the part of the worship service that involves the opening up of wallets, purses and checkbooks — and nowadays maybe even an app on your phone — to give money.  “Who knows what’s going through other people’s minds as they part with their cash?” […]
By |June, 1st, 2016|Mindfulness, Personal Growth|Comments Off on My Father, Money and Me
  • Change a Word, Change Your Brain Change a Word, Change Your Brain

    Change a Word, Change Your Brain

Change a Word, Change Your Brain

People naturally talk to themselves.  Whether it’s the out-loud self-talk of young children as they learn to master a new task or our grownup unspoken private talk, it seems we have an almost continuous internal conversation with ourselves.
By |May, 3rd, 2016|Personal Growth|Comments Off on Change a Word, Change Your Brain