In every culture around the world, shared meals with friends or family are a way of connecting with each other. Talking about the day. Getting and giving encouragement. Making plans together.
We’ve all probably heard the saying, “It takes a village to raise a child”. But we somehow lose this understanding when it applies to adults.
The most important question to ask yourself in the midst of a relationship melt-down
Giving yourself the gift of play.
Losing stories after a loved one dies.
This week we’re going to dive into the paradox, the conflict, between the need for significance and the need for connection – so that you can discover how to have both.
There is no “the one.” The idea that we are only meant to be with one person on this planet is not romantic.
If you are in the room and connecting with the right people at the right time and are willing to act and make decisions quickly you will continue to stay at the top.
No more facks to give.
“Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.”
The best part of the story is the connection to my grandfather who died when I was very young.
Fix these, and turn your life around.
If you want your man to connect with his heart, model it by staying connected to yours. Allow yourself to fully feel what you feel, when you feel it.
Choose to be divided or choose to be connected.
My whole point in this reflection is that there are many ways to care while not caring. Find what works and then run with it.
We now convince ourselves that is “okay” to be ALONE.