Drama Interrupted

It is all about being real, isn’t it? Raw reality, if it was all taken away and you just had you. No cell phones, no Internet, no TV… what would you think about? What would you feel? What would you know about yourself? What would you do with your … [Read more...]

Be Your Own Valentine

OK- so it’s another Valentine’s Day. The hype is on. Do you buy into it or do you let the day pass as if it is just another day? Is your interest in the day relationship dependent? Opportunity knocks loudly to take this week and make yourself the … [Read more...]

Dos and Don’ts When Angry At Work

There's nothing that can get your blood boiling like an unfair boss. Throw in a smattering of office gossip and a side of passive-aggression and you have a recipe that will leave even the calmest minds silently seething. When you're feeling angry at … [Read more...]

Divine Forgiveness: 10 Tools for Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a potent facet in the Dance of Grief. The absence of forgiveness keeps people stuck and inhibits the healing process. The losses in life affect everyone differently. Whether the loss of a loved one, having a serious illness or even as … [Read more...]

Bad Day?

Tough days. We all have them. You know the rainy day when you forget your umbrella, a car drives close to you as the pooled street water rushes onto your clothing and shoes and as you try to get to work, the train breaks down, making you late for … [Read more...]

I Have a Dream…

50 years ago Martin Luther King, Jr delivered a speech in Washington, DC to a crowd of 250,000 people. The script he held in his hand as he approached the podium was only partially read when he changed it to reflect his own awakening, and perhaps … [Read more...]

Grieving the Death of a Relationship

  Relationship never dies a natural death.. They are murdered    by ego, attitude and ignorance.                                                                                                  ~ Unknown     Have you ever … [Read more...]

Grief: It’s Not Just About the Death of a Loved One

The disappointments carried within our souls are all part of a grief phenomena. We are grieving all of the time. Depression, anxiety and even obesity can be in response to a loss and at the same time can cause a grief reaction. The funny thing is is … [Read more...]

A Father’s Legacy

As father’s day approaches I think about my relationship with my father.  I speak to my Dad every day. For some reason after my mom passed I took on the responsibility of making sure that he was ok. Even though he remarried, the connection between us … [Read more...]

Grief and Father’s Day

The first year in any loss is a year of learning about who you are while in the throes of your grieving process. Everyone grieves differently! No one grieves the way you do. It is never easy to lose a parent. When you lose a father you lose a … [Read more...]