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article A How-to Guide for Career Changes: 10 Action Steps
Valerie Davis-Rucker MS, MBA
Are you feeling like it's time to recreate or reinvent yourself? Read on.  Experiencing career change and seeking career advice is a growing trend for individuals who thrive on change and personal growth. Whatever your reasons, it’s important to have a plan. Nothing’s going to happen until you take action.
article Accessing Your Inner Wisdom
Lisa Michele Fonseca, MBA, MTP
Too many people read a title like this and automatically dismiss it as “woo-woo” stuff, as if only gurus and mystics have “inner wisdom” or intuition.  The reality is that we were all born intuitive. Over time and environmental conditioning, we lose the ability to “hear” this little voice inside us. But, it is still there.
article ADHD and Co-existing Conditions
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, CPCC
When someone is struggling with ADHD challenges, it is rare that ADHD is their only diagnosed mental health condition.  How can you tell if you have ADHD plus another condition? It can be difficult. Psychiatrists and mental health specialists can help to clarify this through a thorough individual and family history.
article Adversity Becomes You
Patty Kogutek
Adversity, and how we cope with it, is part of who we are.  Most likely overcoming difficulties won’t kill you, but undoubtedly it will wind its longs arms around you with far-reaching effects.
article Align with the Divine
Magdalen Bowyer
Love is more important than any other thing we are doing to stay, be or get healthy.  The real battery of our health is powered from the invisible world — the world of psychic stress. Health cannot be achieved or maintained if we are consumed by negative emotion.
article Altars for Your Spiritual and Life Journey
Yvonne Brock, MATP, CSG
Creating altars can help enhance your spiritual growth.  Altars have been used for millennia by nearly all peoples for prayer, ritual, meditation, contemplation, transformation, balance, connection to the Divine, to all living and in spirit, as well as to reinforce cultural and community ties and beliefs.
article Avoiding ADHD Insanity
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, CPCC
Einstein had it right…insanity is repeating the same thing and hoping this time, things will be different.  One of the many gifts of an ADHD brain is the ability to be creative, but sometimes we get so stuck hyperfocusing on our failures that we fail to think outside the box to solve the problem.
article Be Careful When You Put Your Future Into Someone Else's Hands
Dr. Barbara Lavi
Choose a counselor or therapist wisely.  People often ask how to choose a therapist. There are multiple options available; however, they are not all equal.
article Behind the Masks of Emotionally Distant Men and How to Deal with Them
Lauretta Zucchetti, MA
American men seem to be more emotionally distant than men in other European cultures. The article explores the "why?" of this.  Throngs of women have confessed to feeling neglected by their aloof, workaholic husbands. In our brilliant, beloved country, a significant number of men spend more time and energy on their professions than their personal relationships.
article Brushes with Mortality- Five Lessons on Dealing with Hard Times
Rachel Katz, M.A., M.Ed.
Facing mortality and hospice care practices.  As someone with a serious chronic medical condition, I have danced with mortality. Many times. It wasn't until our most recent pas de deux, however, that I truly understood just how much this dance could impact me.
article Busy vs. Lazy: Why Do We Do That?
Jessica Ruby, MA
Let’s explore some of the common ways people sabotage themselves,  Sometimes we’re afraid that we won’t like what we discover about ourselves. The good news is that usually our worst fears are not actually our sincere truths.
article Can Our Marriage Be Repaired After An Affair?
Dr Barbara Lavi
Even after years of working in the field, it is still hard to watch couples struggling with the impact of an affair on their marriages.  When (a couple) comes in for therapy after an affair, they are both unsure whether their marriage can be repaired or whether they want to fix it. The goal is to help them discover whether their issues can be resolved…
article Coaches and Clients Generating Momentum
- The Art of Tending Fire

Rosie Kuhn, Ph.D.
Without a doubt, what we want most for those we serve, is that we generate momentum towards manifesting our highest purpose and desire.  There is no distinction between Fire Tender and Fire. There is no distinction between Coach and Client. Each is expanding their bandwidth of awareness, cultivating unknown territory into the life-giving ground of being…
article Cognitive Dissonance as a Motivating Force
Valerie Davis-Rucker MS, MBA
Are you familiar with the Aesop's fable entitled "The Fox and the Grapes?" It's where the term 'sour grapes' comes from, and a common example of cognitive dissonance  After a few failed attempts to jump up and grab the grapes, the fox gives up, walks away with his nose in the air, convincing himself that he doesn’t want them after all.
article Compassion
Yvonne Clark Serocki R.N., Ph.D.
Compassion is love infused with the spirit of God. If you haven't received compassion, you can give it to yourself!  Love and care are always available to us, even in the midst of despair. Seek the Kingdom of God, and seek the love of self in the Unseen Spirit.
article Define American?
Nikki Noce, M.D.
There is a tendency to think that all words mean the same thing to each and every person… but they don’t.  So what defines being American? I’m sure the Native Americans would have quite the response to this question. And I’m sure the WASPs of the North East who are descendants of the first settlers would have quite a different response....
article Dilemmas of Being in Business
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
How you choose to balance and prioritize in your work is based on your hierarchy of commitments.  The intention of this series is to introduce you to a way of thinking that empowers you to see more clearly how you choose to choose what you choose in regard to the work you do…
article Dilemmas of Being in Business #1: Good Choice, Disappointing Outcome
Rosie Kuhn, Ph.D.
Madeleine has recently been hired as the financial manager for an international corporation. She is overwhelmed...  The human aspect of each of us that fears for our job, our reputation, our respect and trust, is coughing out strategies, trying to put out fires as quickly as possible so as not to be found out as incompetent and replaceable.
article Divorce and Children
Catherine DeMonte, LMFT
How to talk to children about divorce, its effects, and how to help.  Make the description of the divorce as short and simple as possible. Leave out the lurid details, such as sex, spending habits, bad qualities of the other, etc. What they really want to know is, “How will this affect me?”
article Does the Christian Faith Promote Black/White Thinking?
Joy Bonham, MA
What is "black-and-white" thinking? How is this seen in Christianity?  Black and white thinking is believing that there are only two options or two states of being, black and its polar opposite, white. The gray space between the two poles is either ignored or denied. Fundamentalist Christianity is an example.

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