Searching for and Getting Rid of Our ‘Chametz.’

Last night as my husband led the children around our home to fulfill the traditional ritual of searching for chametz (leavened bread) before the Passover holiday, I sat on our couch and rested (it had been a long day of cooking … Continued

How to Connect to People You Don’t Like

This week I had a short between-session call with a young adult client of mine.  She called because she felt she required support around an issue she was having a very difficult time with – her boss. She said that … Continued

The 3 C’s to Building Better Relationships (and Your Business)

As I am growing my business while working with others to help them improve their relationships, I realize that the same concepts apply to both building a business and to building better relationships. I refer to this conceptual approach as … Continued

Time, Balance & Relationships: Tips for You Based on My Own Learning

I am my own first client.  I have struggles just like you.  I get stressed, overwhelmed, feel tired, get stuck, and sometimes lose track of what matters to me most.  When I feel this way, I luckily have the tools … Continued

What We All Really Need: Raffi (and Abraham Maslow) Get it Right.

In last week’s post, I wrote about the significant role the parent-child relationship plays in preventing at-risk behavior in our children.  This week I want to focus on the simple, most basic, foundational needs of any healthy parent-child relationship. Abraham … Continued

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