Another amazing Brene Brown Ted Talk. Watch this video. The gift of the knowledge she shares will be worth every minute of your time!
It has been said that Winston Churchill was fond of referring to his recurrent battle with depression as “the black dog coming to visit.” This video expands on that metaphor with a great message.
A friend shared this lovely poem that speaks to the importance of recognizing the imperfection that lives in every relationship. Listening to the Koln Concert ~ by Robert Bly ” After we had loved each other intently, we heard notes tumble together, in late winter, and we heard ice falling from the ends of twigs. […]
Want to send a message of You’re Still the One….this is such a sweet video, evocative of love and connection….sending the message of let’s start over. Come on, life, relationships…never perfect…..start over…breathe and be in love.
Reading a quality relationship self-help book with your partner can be one helpful avenue to take as a way to enhance the process of professional therapy. Research tells us that couples who choose to read Hold me Tight while they are in therapy show slightly better outcomes.
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A wonderful blog post on handsfreemama exemplifies the simple, wordless act of being authentically there for another suffering human being without words. http://www.handsfreemama.com/2012/08/21/loving-a-child-through-the-challenges-of-life/