When conflict is unresolvable, sometimes the relationship will end, but this does not always have to be true.
An Emotionally Conscious Resolution in Review
I had not been aware that in my tendency to minimize or avoid, what i perceived as negative emotions, I was also not noticing what actually felt really good.
What do You Really Need? – A 6 Step Complete Self-Care Assessment Guide
When you feel the need to withdraw, when you feel pain, restlessness, irritation, sadness or discomfort consider what it is that you actually need to care for.
Having your child become a teenager, can be one of the most fearful times of a parent's life! Wondering what is normal, when to call 911 and when to just hug them... are often parr for the course
Are the Kids Okay? – Children & Mental Health
Listen closely and support your child’s emotions. There’s no wrong way to feel. Let them know that you are on their side.
“Dear Me…” or When Values Collide
Principles, rules, values, beliefs or vows are meant to guide us...Unfortunately, very few values work in practice every single time, for every single situation, without ever conflicting with any other values we hold.
Responding to Passive Aggressive Communication
People use passive aggressive communication for a reason. Instead of joining in... we can find ways to make the conversation safe and open.