Admitting you don’t know something is an opportunity to check in, with yourself and your parter
In our lives, we can be exposed to a number of toxic personalities. Here’s a quick guide to identifying them.
Yes, this is a scary time to live in, and we’re going to make it through.
There are patterns to unlearn, there are assertions to be challenged.
Hold yourself accountable for not-great behavior and use that knowledge to propel you toward different future choices.
We may be bypassing and actively trying to avoid feeling anxiety. Here are ways to focus on feeling the anxiety.
Controlling behaviors can be an attempt to not feel anxious. We’re better off allowing ourselves to feel anxious because control and anxiety don’t go so well together. When many of us get anxious our default response is to pull it together, make plans, and be in charge. Now there are times when this way of…
And how do we recognize the difference between good and not-so-good?
Money makes it complicated.
The key is finding a balance between holding onto our identity and having a space of reliance on one another.
It makes many people very uncomfortable.
Redirecting possibly unknown negative emotional energy towards physical healing may decrease the pain.
Looking deeply at the reasons we acted a certain way and self-compassionate view allow us to shift things for next time.
How to know when we may have the necessary skills, but lack the confidence to actually do what you want to do.
Finding a way to communicate in a healthy manner and trusting each other enough to be vulnerable is the way to go.
Trying to escape feeling lonely stops us from making connections with others—connections that give us life.