Posts Tagged "relationships"

Money Matters

Posted on Aug 30, 2016

When it comes to matters related to money … what really matters? We all have a relationship with money. How we view it, perceive it, use it, and respond to it. It is a unique relationship, and one that often conjures up a variety of emotional responses.

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Are you Sensitive, Critical, or Supportive?

Posted on Jun 16, 2015

Many of us have encountered people who are either sensitive or insensitive, who are critical in a constructive manner or to a nasty fault, and those who have either had our backs in exercising unconditional support, or who have wanted to mentally and emotionally “check out” from us. Where do you fall? Where do your friends and loved ones fall? Below are some quick examples and scenarios to help you tap into whether you’re mindful of being sensitive, critical, or supportive…

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Ballet Dancer: Two tips beyond the tips of your toes

Posted on Mar 11, 2015

I see a lot of parallels between life and dance, probably because of my own history as a ballet dancer. I’ve learned that just as balance is crucial in dance, it is also vitally important in life. Every day is a balancing act! In my work as a psychotherapist, when I’m in session with dancers, musicians, actors, and other types of artists, a theme regularly emerges: artists often struggle as they work tirelessly to perfect the artistic integrity of their craft.

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Reciprocity: Strengthening Your Support Network

Posted on Feb 3, 2015

Begin identifying the people you admire, the people who inspire you, and the people who take a genuine interest in you. You never know … a small exchange of reciprocity can evolve into an interpersonal bond that can strengthen in a supportive way over time.

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