Why I'm Taking a Break From Radical Emergence
My 10 Biggest Relationship Mistakes (So You Don’t Have to Make Them)
Last week’s launch was a major benchmark – phew! And as such, it also served as a moment for reflection. I wanted to share my process with you.
I’m taking a break – perhaps short term, perhaps indefinitely – from Radical Emergence. Some of you won’t care one way or another, so feel free to stop reading now! For those of you who are curious to know more, here’s why:
Why You Should Be Watching Queer Eye on Netflix
I’ve created my share of drama in relationships over the years. In fact, sometimes looking back I imagine myself as a little Tasmanian devil stirring up tornados wherever I landed. Today I want to share with you my top 10 things not to do in relationships if you’re looking for true, lasting happiness
5 Things You Teach People When You Try to Rescue or Fix Them
You guys, tell me you’ve been watching the new Queer Eye on Netflix. If so, can we talk about how I’m basically in tears every episode?! The show is fun and engaging, smart, relevant, moving, and challenges us, the audience, at every turn. I’m obsessed.
Struggling with Anger or Rage? Consider This.
We teach people who they are by how we treat them. If we are constantly trying to rescue and fix people, we may be inadvertently teaching them what they should believe about themselves and their capacities.
Anger is one of our most important emotions. It signals that something essential to us is in need of protection. Anger functions like a red flag that says, “Pay Attention!” While anger will often cause us to feel out of control or ashamed, understanding the iceberg nature of anger can give us clues as to what’s really going on.