Rituals are often ignored or taken for granted. However, consciously partaking in rituals can add meaning to our days. This program is a repeat from 2009.
Life can be so much more interesting if we travel the road less traveled, our path. This program explores what is takes to leave the familiar path and have the courage to walk your own.
Shame resilience relies on courage to share our stories, compassion for ourselves and others and connection with people we trust. After a big mistake, I learned about these principles first
A key ingredient for resilience is self compassion. How do we learn to accept ourselves, flaws and all. Another lesson from the work of Dr Brene Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection.
The meaning of the holidays can easily get lost in the busy-ness of the preparations. How do we put the Thanks back in Thanksgiving.
With the emphasis on positive thinking, we can forget there is a value in pessimism. Positive thinking can be like magical thinking unless it is grounded in a realistic assessment of what is.
Working the intentions can be quite powerful when combined with action. A few tips.
Sport psychologist, Gary Mack, shares the key ingredients in the mental game of professional sports. These lessons can be applied to every day life.
Dawna Markova talked about moving from the Rut stories in our life to the River Stories. Rut stories persist because we look outside ourselves to change to happen.