Anatomy Of An Apology

Over the weekend, a friend and I got into a little “discussion.” You may see it as an argument. by Lee Baucom, Ph.D. But as modern times would have it, the whole discussion happened by text. (Yes, professionals do still have disagreements. And yes, sometimes we also make the mistake of texting it!) The whole…

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When Money Feels Like It IS Everything…

“I feel that my partner does not want to assist me or provide for our baby financially…” by Rori Raye “Hi Rori, I have a concern and I’m hoping you can help me with it. and it breaks my heart because I learnt that a man shows His love by providing. I somehow feel that…

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Are You A Victim in Life

by Adam Khoo ‘If only I had more time.’ ‘If only my husband could be more understanding.’ ‘If only my boss would die!’ ‘If only my son could be more motivated.’ ‘If only I could get better customers’, These are the common litany of excuses one would hear. People who believe themselves to be victims…

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Miracle Minute

by Moira Shepard This is your friend Moira Shepard with this week’s Miracle Minute. Here is a thought from the great Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw: Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it. Many of us regard ourselves as victims – of our upbringing, our financial conditions, our education or lack of…

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The Fear of Expressing Anger

by Dr. Margaret Paul There is much to learn from anger, yet many people are afraid of this feeling because they don’t know how to express anger in ways that are helpful rather than harmful. I teach a process at my weekend Inner Bonding workshops called “The Anger Process.” This powerful process, which is described…

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Take Absolute Responsibility for Your Results!

by Adam Khoo “He made me angry.” “My divorce is really depressing me”. “My kids are driving me crazy.” “My unappreciative boss is driving me to a nervous breakdown”. The statements above have one thing in common; blaming others and not taking responsibility for one’s state As long as blame is cast outside ourselves, our…

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