Tag Archives: communication

Five ways to argue constructively with your partner

April 7, 2015

0 Comments

Five ways to argue constructively with your partner by Dr. Larry F. Waldman —  The divorce rate hovers at around 50 percent, which I contend is a national tragedy. A major reason for this statistic is that most couples have not learned how to settle their issues. The following are ways to argue constructively with […]

Continue reading...

Learning to communicate with love

January 29, 2015

0 Comments

Learning to communicate with love by Char Mada —  Love is the most powerful force in the universe. Love heals all. According to the Beatles, it is “all you need.” Other songwriters refer to love as a many splendored thing, an addictive force, what the world needs now and the only thing that there is […]

Continue reading...

Talking to the animals after the tsunami

January 25, 2015

0 Comments

Talking to the animals after the tsunami by Barbara J. Paster —  Many of us have read or heard about a wildlife refuge, home to elephants and other animals, that was flooded by the tsunami in Asia. All of the animals escaped to higher ground before the water came, while their human caretakers perished. Although […]

Continue reading...

21st century marriage — crisis or opportunity?

April 7, 2014

0 Comments

21st century marriage — crisis or opportunity? by Marcia Naomi Berger —  I  believe in marriage. This might sound naïve, since half of first marriages end in divorce and even higher failure rates happen in second and third marriages, respectively. But there is a reason for so many unhappy marriage endings. Huge cultural shifts have […]

Continue reading...

Using words as medicine

February 19, 2014

0 Comments

  by Jill Mattson —  Today we are aware that words enable us to communicate, each having a symbolic meaning. But in ancient times, a secret was known about language — words contain vibratory energy within each sound packet. To unlearn ordinary methods of speaking with symbolic words, the Pythagorean school required initiates (students) to […]

Continue reading...

First date — frog or prince

August 24, 2013

0 Comments

by Morgan Rose —  Let us face it, first dates can be awkward. Some would say pure torture. You are trying to be perfect. He is trying to be perfect. Neither of you are perfect, whatever perfect means. And, realistically, does pretending to be perfect prove he is a man who can love you? Of […]

Continue reading...

Helpful hints for a healthier lifestyle

March 4, 2013

0 Comments

by Cory Lemberger —  Have fun! Really enjoy what you do, because stress is dangerous to your fragile, healthy cells. The following hints are general health recommendations. Your own health requirements may differ, so make sure to consult your health care provider to determine what is right for you. • Keep your energetic pathways clear […]

Continue reading...

Why you should massage your children

December 20, 2012

0 Comments

by Tiffany Kuehn —  What would life be like if at birth, after exiting the softness and safety of the mother’s womb into the external world, newborns received a full body massage? What if every little part of the tiny baby was touched and soothed by the external world into which they were thrust? Imagine […]

Continue reading...

Win-win negotiation

September 17, 2012

0 Comments

by Jo Ann Joy —  Contrary to what some may believe, negotiation is not a process by which you try to destroy the other party. Rather, it is a process by which two parties attempt to reach a certain result. Good negotiation occurs when all parties are truthful, and they connect and successfully interact with […]

Continue reading...

Finding my life purpose in a cabbage patch

September 5, 2012

0 Comments

by Scott Kalechstein —  Many of us are searching near and far for a sense of purpose, a set of unmistakable marching orders from the divine or how we are to make a meaningful difference in the world with our unique set of gifts and talents. I found my life purpose one evening in 1992, […]

Continue reading...

10 tips on how to listen well

September 2, 2012

0 Comments

by Margaret Dulaney —  All of us engage in conversation of various sorts and most of us can successfully interact to a degree. Yet, how many of us know the difference between hearing and truly listening to another person? Much of the time, we are busy formulating a response before the other person has even […]

Continue reading...

Planting the seeds for a stronger family

August 11, 2012

0 Comments

by Lesli Gee —  With today’s crazy schedules, most families are beyond tired. They are exhausted from the morning carpool rush, the back-to-back meetings, the barrage of emails, texts and tweets, and the chauffeuring of overscheduled kids to triple-booked activities. Then there is the rush to pick up dinner, the struggles over homework and the […]

Continue reading...

Navigating distractions

July 25, 2012

0 Comments

by Dr. Sirah Vettese —  We live in a world where distractions abound, where entertainment and consumerism seduce us to self-medicate in seemingly benign and socially acceptable ways. For each of us, the hook may be different. Examples include work, shopping, sports, sex, gambling, alcohol, drugs, television, telephone, the Internet and hobbies. Regardless of the […]

Continue reading...
Web Analytics