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Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804

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April 15, 2018

Most of us have heard of mindfulness, but what is it? After this 3 minute intro, you'll be able to try out this method and share easily with friends. Enjoy!

March 10, 2018

Does Your Compassion Weaken or Empower?

Some think compassion is truest when we personally feel the other person's pain. We feel so much, in fact, that we are in pain along with them. It’s as if the mantra for compassion is, “the more you suffer, the more you really car...

March 4, 2018

Okay, I'm kidding about the Dummies part, but the best meditation tips will be simple. Check below for helpful tips.
 

Why Should I Meditate?
 

Meditation is mind training, so it is not easy, however practice makes progress.  Research has shown meditation to improve emot...

February 13, 2018

Have you ever worried about whether you're sabotaging your relationships? After years of helping people with bad relationship patterns, here are suggestions just in time for Valentine's Day:

1.    Stop People Pleasing.

You might think that people like you in th...

January 21, 2018

Do you have "trauma"? When is it time to get help? In this video, I describe what trauma is, why some trauma is normal and describe the role therapy plays when our trauma is causing problems.

January 13, 2018

We all have a SPLIT BRAIN! Don't let it fool you! In this video, I describe the split brain and tips to help get it under control for a "smarter", happier you.

January 2, 2018

Drop the Defensiveness 

Instead, embrace mistakes! If you feel defensive, the next emotional step is to deny you made a mistake, or worse, justify it. We might think, “I wouldn’t have done this if that person had done their work, or this person hadn’t pressured me.” Def...

November 17, 2017

Earlier this week, I was having a conversation about needing more patience. The common idea of patience is like a person standing in line seething but staying quiet. I've read that we need to practice our ability to be patient, like working a muscle and building our st...

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