Netflix’s Bridgerton: How your parents affected your attachment style

Our childhood experiences, family environment, and relationships with our primary care givers can have a big impact on how we connect with, become attached to, and love others. Were your parents kind to each other? Or was there constant fighting? Did mom or dad tend to run away and leave when the going got tough?…

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5 tools for practicing self-compassion after a break up

2020 has been a difficult year for me. A handful of really close relationships have ended dramatically. I have been cut off and denied any communication by others. In addition, I had to choose to pause communication with my family after a year of ongoing discussions and therapy without any relevant changes. I’m an easygoing,…

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How to handle workplace conflict

As much as we try to manage our work wisely, it is nearly impossible to avoid workplace conflict. In fact, 85% of us will have to deal with workplace conflict at some point in our professional lives. Whether it occurs rarely, or is a part of your daily life at work, if left unresolved, it…

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Mastering Conscious Relating: The First And Most Crucial Step

Relating to others, especially those we love, can be a rocky road. I’ve certainly had my ups and downs through it and I’ve come to see conscious relating as one of the most challenging and yet fulfilling and beautiful paths we can take towards self-awareness and spiritual mastery. I remember being in the presence of…

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How to Communicate Better: 8 Steps for More Harmony in Relationships

Have you ever found yourself in interactions which just never seem to resolve themselves? Wouldn’t it be nice if we could resolve every conflict or disagreement without it leading to resentment or further conflict? Wondering how to communicate better with your spouse, girlfriend or boyfriend, friends, family and others? While it’s not always possible to…

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