Couples

  1. Help them feel safe to speak openly and freely
  2. Hear each one in a way that s/he feels completely understood and “gotten” by me.
  3. Remove the blocks around their hearts by showing them how each has his/her own emotional subjective perspective, and give them the tools to hear and feel each other
  4. Build safety and trust between them by teaching them how to communicate with patience, care and compassion
  5. Engage them in practices which will support and build upon their sense of partnership and unity
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Ground-Zero Mosque- An opportunity for the Creative Self

As the disagreement around whether the Mosque should be built near Ground-Zero seems to be rising to a screeching hysteria, with each side absolutely believing it possesses the truth, it doesn’t seem like we are going to resolve this issue anytime soon. In the meantime, the animosity between the two sides is growing deeper, further []

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We Are Social Beings

Last Wednesday, which happened to be Bastille Day, David and I went to a Cinemonde Soiree in Manhattan.  I had been invited to these before, but have declined going due to Wednesday schedule conflicts.  This time I cleared my schedule and decided to take David as part of his birthday gift.  From the description: gourmet []

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Choices

I am finding myself at a place where I often ask my clients not to get to: unbalanced with regard to taking care of my body, mind, heart and soul. It is not a surprise given the various projects I am currently working on. In the past when I found myself in this predicament I []

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Community Building

I was going to follow up on yesterday’s blog on neurons and David reminded me that I need to get back to blogging on the process of the book writing not actually writing the book – that is Jeff’s job. Thank you David! I find I am spending most of my “free” time thinking of []

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Jesse James: con artist or emotionally arrested 7 yr old?

I am taking a little detour today from blogging about the parenting book to discuss my observations of the Jesse James Interview last night on Nightline.  Those of you who know me may be wondering what on earth am I doing discussing pop gossip?  It is so not my cup of tea.  And you’d be []

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We Are Sexual Beings

sexualbeingsWith sex all around us, oozing out of our televisions, theaters, magazines, fashion, on the streets, one would think we are the most sexually informed, open and comfortable nation on the planet. We manage to connect sex to just about anything we sell, buy, eat, smell, see, or touch. It is such a part of our daily lives, we have become like fish in water, unaware of its constant presence… except of course when a tit falls out in the middle of Super Bowl. It’s no wonder, then, that when a new study, “Why Humans Have Sex,” by Cindy M. Meston and David H. Buss, revealed its finding that there are 237 reasons why people have sex, every media outlet jumped to cover it.

Typically, however, the news and related conversations came and went, leaving us no better educated than we were before. This topic deserves greater attention. I would like to press the pause button long enough to have us stop and think about our sexual lives and ask the following question:

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