Upheaval Is Everywhere I’ve been pondering upheaval to uplevel again. That’s become my new buzz phrase. I’m noticing that upheaval is everywhere, which is somehow comforting. What that means that it is not unusual to me, or you, but is
The 3 Phases of an Upheaval Everything in life has some version of beginning, middle, and end. Upheavals do too. Understanding the 3 phases of an upheaval is helpful so you can know how near you are to relief from the
The Metaphor of Moving I am in the middle of moving again. This is move number 42 as far as I can recall. This is my fifth residence in two years, and my 14th move in the
Transitions – Insights Do Come I’ve experienced many transitions. So have you, even if you didn’t recognize it at the time. Having just come through another one, I’m gaining all kinds of new insights. The loss part kind of sucks. The
Three Tools for Change When it is time to “uplevel” I recognize that I need a lot of support—a team if you will. My team is one of my tools for change. I seek body workers, certain types of
Easter as Metaphor Spring in the natural world, which is often heralded by the Easter and Passover holidays, is an awakening. Plants long dormant wake from their slumber as they are touched by the sun’s gentle, warming rays. They
Holidays Are Hard For the Divorced and Divorcing Holidays are traditionally a time for family but for the divorced and divorcing they can be anything but happy. Most of us have some happy memories of holidays spent with family,
One announcement. Beyond Divorce - Recovery class starts September 13 and 16. See "Services" on www.BeyondDivorce.com for all the info! You're in for a treat with this newsletter. Earlier this summer I met Sanam Pejuhesh is a play therapist, and a darn good one. I was so fascinated talking...
It’s been a couple of months since I’ve written to you. I promise I haven’t forgotten you. I’ve been in a major life transition of my own. Remember those? Divorce is a big one. Transition is that kittywompus (spell checker
I've had a number of conversations recently with people who are aware that life as we have known it is changing. Our long-standing institutions like banking, finance, energy acquisition, government programs, disease care, and others who are unwilling or unable to bend with the winds of change are...