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I hope it serves you in some way

NOTE - These are free for you to learn and use to teach others. For some of the downloads on this page, I ask for your email address as exchange. This is because I send out MONTHLY newsletters with tips, suggestions and to let you know when a new class or presentation becomes available. I promise not to spam you or subject you to daily drip marketing campaigns (ugh). And of course, you can unsubscribe at any time. 

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The Language of Attachment

What you will learn in this FREE 24-page downloadable book
Attachment theory fundamentals

• Attachment styles

• Tools for each style

• Language strategy for expressing needs


• Approach strategy for supportive interaction
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Let's Pause

A simple monthly ritual for couples who want to maintain (or establish) a deeper connection to their partner

It can be so hard to find a "good time" to discuss hard things. And after the 'honeymoon' phase wears off, sometimes we forget to acknowledge the things we love about our partners and want to see more of. And if we aren't careful appreciation, respect and that bond that you symbolized with that beautiful  ceremony can start to erode.

These 15 questions and an hour of your time just once a month is the solution.

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75 Language Examples for Difficult Conversations

Words that UNIFY people who are different

Have you ever just wished for some examples of what to say for some of your more challenging conversations? Not many of us learned strong communication skills growing up. Yet, in every aspect of our lives, words - or the language we use to get our point across - can make or break the success of our interactions. 

  • Becoming sustainably grounded in moderate emotion (so we can use our whole-brain)

  • The ability to think flexibly (so we can see and consider more possibility )

  • And language skills (so we can express ourselves in collaborative and unifying ways)

In order to optimize differences between people who think and view the world differently, and find the common ground that unifies differing approaches or viewpoints, requires the following: 

 

This FREE booklet contributes to this last one - so let's get started!

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INSTALL. FORGIVE. APPRECIATE. THANK
(I.F.A.T) 
A NIGHTLY GRATITUDE PRACTICE
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5 Ways Meditation Benefits your Brain

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Daily Intention Calendar

THE SMALL CHOICES WE MAKE EVERY DAY STRENGTHEN OUR BRAINS, OUR BODIES AND OUR RELATIONSHIPS

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