Tag Archives: anger

Just Because I Don’t Know The Plan, Doesn’t Mean There Isn’t One

I just finished re-reading ‘The Power of TED’ by David Emerald and am pondering where I consistently jump into the Dreaded Drama Triangle. If you’re not familiar with the Drama Triangle, I invite you to get the book and read it. The Triangle consists of 3 positions we play in our self-created dramas: Victim, Persecutor,… Continue Reading

Punishment By Love

Punishment By Love

Weird title, isn’t it? My friend, Darrel, shared a story about a nomadic tribe of people in Africa. In many circles, this tribe would be labelled “uncivilized.” They live in a harsh environment, hunting and gathering much as they have lived for centuries. Uncivilized? Maybe in some ways, because the modern conveniences you and I… Continue Reading

Planting Seeds

You’ve planted seeds and now harvesting.  Are you thankful? It’s a time of the year to give thanks for the bounty, harvest, and abundance in life.  But what results are you harvesting in your relationship with your partner? Are you thankful for them? At some level of consciousness, you planted the seeds that gave you… Continue Reading

Trust in your relationship

My Partner Doesn’t Trust Me! In our coaching sessions with couples, we hear the above statement regularly.   Or, for those who are a bit more aware of their own part in the relationship, the question they ask is this, “How can I make my partner trust me?” Trust is the foundation of any relationship, whether… Continue Reading