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How to Make the Holidays a Time of Positive Change (Even If You’re Alone!)

Laura Day by Laura Day | November 14th, 2011 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: arguments, brother, change, christmas, communication, desires, dreams, family, father, fighting, friends, goals, Hanukkah, holidays, husband, intuition, kids, mother, new year's, parents, positive change, relationship patterns, resolutions, sister, thanksgiving, transformation, wife, winter

Happy family eating holiday dinner
You can make the holidays a time of dramatic change and healing by using your innate intuitive abilities in a conscious and directed way.

Holidays are supposed to be a time when families unite, when you are reminded of your childhood or revisit the memories of yourself over the years. You may be spending this time alone or far from home. But no matter where you are or who you are with, the holidays provide you with a unique opportunity to heal the inner patterns and relationships that have been obstructing your life and hindering your dreams.

Communication … What a Concept!

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | June 16th, 2010 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: arguments, communicating, communication, connect, connection, conversation, discussion, Relationships, talking, team-building, teamwork

Woman talking into another woman's ear

Every person I know and every company I have ever worked for has talked about communication. When you look at relationships, people say that many of the breakdowns have to do with misinterpretations or lack of clarity around communication. So, since we all know this, why aren’t we better at communicating? I believe it is because we love the concept of communication but not the challenge of it.

How to Survive Family Gatherings

Gay and Katie Hendricks by Gay and Katie Hendricks | November 20th, 2008 | 7 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: arguments, communication, family, holidays

“I feel out of sync with my family of origin around the holidays, when I spend more time with them than usual,” wrote one reader recently. “They aren’t interested in honest communication, working on relationships, or other things that are important to me … How can I deal with this in a positive way?

Clashing with your mate on politics? Here’s how to deal.

Gay and Katie Hendricks by Gay and Katie Hendricks | October 7th, 2008 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: arguments, politics

“Politics doesn’t make strange bedfellows — marriage does.” Groucho Marx

Most of us grew up learning to avoid speaking about politics and religion in public. Many of us also remember the dinner table squabbles with parents who just “didn’t get it” about music, the current administration or really anything else that was truly cool.

Clashing with your mate on politics? Here's how to deal