Boundaries

Developing Healthy Tolerance

February 14, 2017

Many of us are skilled at denying and discounting what hurts us. We may endure a particular situation, telling ourselves repeatedly it’s not that bad; we shouldn’t be so demanding;…

How to Protect Your Energy

October 11, 2016

Just as we strive to protect and conserve earth’s energy resources, we can strive to protect and conserve our own. Become more aware of the impact of things, people, and…

How Much Can You Receive?

June 21, 2016

The question posed by this Blog’s title doesn’t mean, How much mistreatment can you take before doubling over in pain and then exploding in a crazed rage while the Other Person says,…

Drain Pain

April 26, 2016

No, I don’t mean a clogged kitchen sink or a shower stall that empties slowly. I’m talking about allowing people, places and things to slowly and insidiously creep in and…

Practice What I Preach?

November 26, 2012

 Last week I asked someone to help me do something.  While that might not sound like a big deal, it is.  Sometimes I call “flipping the coin” and being the…

Fair is Fair

April 28, 2011

Last night, I ordered my office supplies online (late at night) from the store where I always order them:  Office Depot (www.OfficeDepot.com).  Let me preface this story by saying Office…

Good News and The Bad

April 14, 2011

I strive to avoid dualities – good and bad, right and wrong — those judgments many of us make.  Most of the time even emotions fall into one category.  We…