Are you a People-Pleaser or a Nurturer?
Neither being a people-pleaser in a relationship - consistently countering one’s own preferences to the benefit of others - nor being with a people-pleaser are situations well-suited to developing deep and lasting relationships.
Is Your (Emotional) House in Order?
After a family member who lived every day as if it were her last passes away, I ask whether we can all say the same thing. Do we tell our loved ones how we feel enough?
Not My Circus, Not My Monkey
If we could stop taking on other people’s responsibilities and focus more closely on our own, we might find ourselves with more energy, patience and time for the important things.