Here’s how to be your partner’s hero, listen. My husband and I are just as imperfect as any couple. But I must say, he is my hero. It’s not easy being married to a relationship therapist. I’ve never been married to one, but my husband and others have said it’s not easy. Although he and I […]
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Judy Herman helps leaders and families create connection beyond conflict through her counseling practice. She writes and speaks about how relationship messes are divine invitations for growing your true self.
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In Michael Hyatt’s five day goal-setting program he emphasizes the need to makes sense of the previous year before setting goals. Why finish the past in 2016 before the New Year? It clears away subconscious negativity and makes room to live fully in the present. We’re able to start 2017 with fresh energy and motivation. For example, an unfinished past is […]
Recently I’ve paid attention to how family stories and emotional well-being are related. My husband was so thoughtful to resurrect a few old family photos. He scanned them into a digital file; pictures of my primal self along with young versions of my mom, dad, sister, brother, and extended family. I began to share them on […]
I sat on a floor pillow in front of our ceramic nativity set; intending to slow down and ponder God’s love and sacrifice. Then Christmas anxiety showed up with messages like: Shouldn’t you be doing something else to get ready for Christmas? You know those packages will be late. What if they don’t like […]
Family stress during holidays can range from mildly challenging to overbearing. Sometimes it’s traumatic losses such as divorce, death, or past trauma. Or invisible tension from emotional abuse, arrogance, manipulation, negativity or other issues. Our personal history can make us vulnerable to reactions and old relationship wounds. We end up with feelings of dread. These […]