Caring for your family while caring for yourself isn’t a “them-or-me” situation…it’s a perspective shift.
When I’m in a dip, the remedy isn’t distraction or plunging into a new productivity system: it’s surrender and self-care.
Do you struggle with fear and self-doubt? Do you want to feel braver and stronger in life? Do you want to edit away the things in life that are holding you back? In this episode, Christine interviews Erin Dullea, life coach and founder of the #52DareChallenge.
Between work and family life, how do you make time for a social life? Christine and I share seven tips for maintaining old and building new adult friendships.
This is a good moment to consider marriage, don’t you think? I haven’t written much about relationships, but when I have the response has been immediate, passionate and, at times, heart-tugging. This is what I heard: We care about our relationships, but it can be so difficult to nurture a family and a marriage at the same time. Last summer, my […]
Would love to talk further about self-care — the whys, whats, and hows.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on a wonderful post over at Zen Habits. Click through for the link and the context.
“You’d like to be a person who marks birthdays with timely cards or sends unexpected gifts, but seriously? You have stuff to do. So much stuff.”
Gretchen’s tips for calming anger flare-ups is certainly apropos for parents, given how effectively our kids find and poke our buttons (repeatedly). Brings to mind Stu’s classic advice (the Top Parent Hack of 2006!): ‘The problem’ is the problem — not the kid.
Michael’s opinion: “What separates Gottman from all the other parenting advice crap is research.”