Resilience: A Necessary Skill

As September creeps upon us many people have mixed emotions about the ending of summer. Some individuals love getting back to routines and schedules while others dread it. When I was in high school and university I would be the one with the varied feelings. I am learning with age that I can experience a [...]

Supporting Our Children In Managing Their Anxiety

Where did those worry free days of childhood go? Where did those long summer days of lazing, playing and getting dirty go? Those days and times are still there for some children, but not for others. Anxiety and stress in children is becoming a serious topic of discussion due to the increasing numbers in our [...]

The Essence of Positive Parenting

The moment our children take their first breath in this world, all of our dreams and aspirations for their lives blossom. The first look into their wondrous eyes fills parents with unexplainable joy. In addition, many parents feel fear as everything is new and they feel uncertain about their parenting capabilities. No matter how much [...]

2015 Summer Solstice – Celebration of the True Self

Welcome to Summer Solstice 2015! An exciting time of shedding your false self (the self who believes your negative self-talk), and align with the intelligence of Life/God/Source, or your Higher Self. Multitudes of people are searching for this enlightenment. We begin to realize that losing weight, spending/saving money, new house, relationships or cars only give [...]

Summer Solstice – Return to Wholeness

Are you feeling lost? Are you dealing with uncertainty or feeling your life has no purpose? We all experience these feelings at different times in our lives. I believe these feelings push us to getting answers. These feelings have a definite purpose. In celebration of Summer Solstice, I’m offering a free 15 minute conversation to [...]

Let’s Give Boys Hope

It takes a village to raise a child. So what’s happening to our boys? Where are we failing as a society? I don’t have the answers however I am deeply concerned. Two years ago I went to my eldest’s daughter university graduation. Her father shockingly said, “where are all the males?” Statistics show that females [...]

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How to Decode: “No Matter What I Do It’s Not Good Enough”

Have you ever heard your partner, child/teenager, parent or boss say this – “no matter what I do it’s not good enough”? More importantly, have you ever felt or hurled this sentence out of your lips? When you feel like no matter what I do it’s not good enough, you are probably feeling discouraged, often [...]

How to decode: “You Don’t Care!”

Have you ever been told “you don’t care”? Whether it’s a partner, teenager, parent or supervisor, those words are frequently tossed out of people’s mouths. Often you feel stunned, confused and don’t understand what is going on. Thoughts such as “what the hell”, “how can they possibly think that, it’s the opposite”, often race through [...]

Busyness Is An Epidemic

“Busy-ness in the Tibetan tradition is considered the most extreme form of laziness. Because when you are busy you can turn your brain off. You’re on the treadmill. The only intelligence comes in the morning when you make your To Do list and you get rid of all the possible space that could happen in [...]

Do You Really Have Your Partners’ Back?

When we hear or read, “you’ve got my back, I’ve got yours” what does that mean to you? Most people believe it refers to protecting each other, standing up for each other and/or helping out. My definition of this well known phrase, is having the capacity to hear your partners’ feelings especially when in conflict, [...]