Be thankful we don’t always have to be right, for it will free us from having to defend ourselves, which allows us to relate better with people. It's the topic we consider in today's episode. We can now put Halloween and all its creepiness in our rear-view mirror
In last week’s episode, Start Conversations With Remembering, I shared the start of a conversation I had with our executive producer, and Janet’s and my long-time friend, Carol Steward, about our life-giving relationship. Carol's voice is the one you hear each week introducing that day’s program. The point
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 94, where today we consider how self-awareness deepens our relationships. With just 6 double-digits left before we hit 100 episodes, we’re considering a real-life application of the ORA principle of deepening relationships. The ORA principle re-stated In a nutshell, the ORA principle
Hello everyone and welcome to today's episode, no. 66, where as always I’m here to help us consider ways we can find more joy in our relationships. Because after all, we were made for this. In the past few episodes (episode 65 episode 64 episode 63 episode 62
Hello everyone and welcome to today's episode where today we talk about how changing the way we think changes the way we relate to others. But before we get into this, I have two responses from listeners about prior episodes I want to share with you. [Darlene’s text about
Hello everyone and welcome to today’s episode where today, as always, I’m here to help us consider how we can experience more joy in our relationships. Are you tired of all the coronavirus news? Almost all of which is depressing and negative. Some of which is conflicting information.