Entries tagged with “Communication”

20 Affirmations for Good Vibes During Mercury Retrograde

This is not the time to take action or move ahead. Instead, it is a cosmic cleaning.

3 Myths of Kindness

Kindness isn't just being nice—it's a superpower.

3 Relationship Mistakes to Avoid (And Solutions for When You Can’t)

Knowing what relationship mistakes to avoid can help you and your partner argue with less friction.

4 Steps to a Good Apology

Time doesn’t heal all wounds. Here is how to address what still nags at you, and to finally right those long-standing hurts.

4 Ways to Embrace Disagreement

Disagreement can be a healthy way to expand our mindset.

5 Core Practices for More Meaningful Conversations

Here are five core practices you can start using today to improve your communication.

5 Gifts of Listening With Empathy

Listening with empathy allows you to deepen your relationships with loved ones and strangers alike.

5 Qualities to Build in Yourself Before Committing

Everyone wants to be loved, especially romantically. But before committing to a romantic relationship, commit to yourself.

5 Spiritual Lessons From Parenting

Raising kids has a way of hammering home insights that are both obvious and always, somehow, slipping from our minds.

5 Ways To Clear Communication With Guides

Guides help us, whether we are aware of it or not.

5 Ways to Resolve Anger in Quarantine

Feeling angry and cagey in lockdown with your partner? Here are 5 methods to (resolving) the madness.

70 Affirmations for Love

So the honeymoon is over? Use these 70 affirmations to love your partner then, now, and forever—no matter what may come.

Against God

Against God? Whose god? “It is difficult to be against the god of another’s imagining without having the other imagine that you are against them as well.”

As God is My Witness and Buddha is my Publicist

My spiritual practice teaches me that we are all one. But my public relations work calls me to pitch stories of Hero vs. Villain, Us vs. Them, David vs. Goliath. All the experts ou…

Asking Questions Is Most of Compassion

What is compassion? “We believe that the word represents something that we offer to others, or to ourselves. But is that accurate?”

Attachment Styles and Attunement

Tune into how your earliest life lessons can cause you ongoing hardship.

Being Disconnected: Cellphones And Empathy

Cellphones may cause a lack of empathy.

Book Review: Say What You Mean

A Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication

Book Review: Tell Me More

Forget reviewing this book; after reading it, I had the urge to call the author and invite her over. I’d pour us some sauvignon blanc and blare the Richard Thompson and we’d toast …

Book Review: You’re Not Listening

The New York Time’s Kate Murphy attempts to help us rediscover the lost art of listening in her new book.