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Your throat is contracting, your fists are clenching—but don’t deny your anger, says Polly Young-Eisendrath. Instead, learn to mine it for new ways to work with yourself and the people you love. More
Gordon Neufeld, coauthor of Hold On to Your Kids, talks with Sil Reynolds, coauthor of Mothering & Daughtering, about discipline and the effects of digital media on our kids. Read Part 1 of the interview, Putting Parents Back in the Driver’s Seat. More
Gordon Neufeld
Gordon Neufeld, coauthor of Hold On to Your Kids, talks with Sil Reynolds, coauthor of Mothering & Daughtering, about the need for children to be dependent on their parents in order to become fully independent later in life. Read Part 2 of the interview, Holding On to Your Kids in a Digital Age. More
Advice for Couples
The question I am asked most often is: "What do you do if your partner doesn’t...(do any imaginable thing)?” or "What if you are married to someone who is...(any imaginable bad trait or behavior)?" In the past, I have responded to these questions with answers addressed to the specifics. As I have listened to my answers, I found that whatever specifics I responded to, the pattern was always the same. The answer was: "Stay in the process." So what is the process? It is Imago Dialogue. More
Every mother and daughter knows at least some of the challenges and rewards of mother-daughter relationships. The mother-daughter team of Sil Reynolds and Eliza Reynolds, coauthors of the book Mothering and Daughtering, have been leading mother-daughter workshops for nearly a decade. More
Every mother and daughter knows at least some of the challenges and rewards of mother-daughter relationships. The mother-daughter team of Sil Reynolds and Eliza Reynolds, coauthors of the book Mothering and Daughtering, have been leading mother-daughter workshops for nearly a decade. More
Omega Institute Meditation for a New Perspective by Joan Halifax Roshi
Begin by bringing the attention of your mind and heart to the presence of someone who is having a difficult time. You may choose a friend, relative, or someone you feel close to. Open your heart and mind to this person. Really let yourself sense into his or her situation. Feel your way into this person’s heart. (pause) What are they going through? What is their experience? (pause) Now let yourself imagine looking out through his or her eyes. More
Judith Orloff
Some relationships make you feel great, while others wipe you out. Judith Orloff shows you how to identify and minimize the effects of the energy vampires in your life. Relationships are always an energy exchange. To stay feeling our best, we must ask ourselves, 'Who gives us energy? Who saps it?' It's important to be surrounded by supportive, heart-centered people who make us feel safe and secure. It's equally important to pinpoint the energy vampires, who, whether they intend to or not, leech our energy. More
Arielle Ford
We don’t need to be told that pleasure feels good, but did you know it’s good for you, too? Arielle Ford, author of the best-seller The Soulmate Secret, shares her “pleasure recipe” and explains how taking the time to add pleasure to your life will make you happier and more receptive to attracting and enjoying love. More
Arielle Ford
Our beliefs shape our lives, influence who we become, and affect the relationships we form with others. Arielle Ford, author of The Soulmate Secret, explains how to become a magnet for love and find your soulmate by examining your doubts and beliefs about love. The number one question I hear most often from singles is, “How do I overcome my doubt that I will ever find my soulmate?” More

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