Uncomfortable situations are opportunities for self-reflection and growth.
In today’s episode, I’ll walk you through the process of how (and why) to communicate about the things that you avoid – to give you the best chance of finally resolving those things and moving on.
We do a lot of things unconsciously that sabotage our lives. Time to change.
The pain is, in fact, a symptom of growth.
You know those things in your relationship that you don’t talk about? Over time, they will drain the energy, passion, and vitality from your connection.
The key to dealing with divorce is to recognize when you’ve stumbled and catch yourself before it can happen again.
One of my earliest memories is of waking up one morning at dawn to find my brother standing in the kitchen, shirtless and covered in blood.
Hiding, coping, and how each can affect our relationships.
True self-care is ugly and it is one of the hardest things you will ever do
The distance we keep from others says a great deal about our fear of knowing ourselves and being known
Mindfulness resets how your brain responds to stress
When a problem escalates, it is usually followed by extreme avoidance and acting out, leading to it arising again and again.
Adults run away from home, too, when their lives or relationships get too hard. This is how to find your way home.
It’s insidious and before you know it the love of your life turns into someone just sharing a space
Sean Swaby reflects on how ghosting has changed him.
Why is it that we can change our minds in an instant, but it takes a lifetime to change our habits?