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Category Archives: Psychology
If you’re dating in mid-life, you may notice that it’s a very different experience than dating when you were a teenager or young adult. The game has changed. At mid-life, many folks become more discerning (and more cynical) as they … Continue reading
I went to a training and learned the simple yet powerful phrase, “Whatever you resist, persists.” That training was thirty years ago, yet the idea and understanding in that pithy phrase never left me. I have thought of it many … Continue reading
“How do you do a don’t?” asked a young friend of mine. Great question. Often when you want to change a behavior, you identify what you don’t want to do, and that’s a good starting point. However, though it is important to … Continue reading
Are you having trouble controlling your impulses? Stress, the holidays, and times of transition can cause this to happen. What to do? Author Fleet Maull wrote in his very compelling book, Dharma in Hell: “I know from experience that arbitrarily imposing strict … Continue reading
There are advantages to multi-generational living that one does not experience while living independently. In my last blog post I talked about communicating effectively. It’s especially helpful to use compassionate communication when living in multi-generational situations because it lends itself … Continue reading