From ORANS founder, William Senft : For 2017 and this Martin Luther King holiday, the message below from Pope Francis says everything that I hope and pray for. It also sums up what Louise and I wanted to bring forth in our book, Being Relational. I believe that a Christian approach to life and conflict, particularly as […]
“It is estimated that 1 in 3 kids will be bullied in school. Often, it just takes one person to stand up against the bullying to make it stop and let the person being bullied that they have someone who cares about them.” It might be back to school, but bullying happens outside of the […]
Let’s say you’re a winner. You’ve found success financially in a career field that you excel in and draw meaning from. You’ve found a life partner and you’ve settled down in a nice house. You’ve started a family. You want to raise your kids to be winners, too. You sign them up for sports and […]
Being Relational can help you to work through a variety of adult problems, from workplace conflicts to marital issues. But it’s also important to recognize the way in which it can help you navigate difficult interactions with your children. As children grow up, they will start to experience conflicts of their own. Setting a good […]
Kids have conflict too! This insightful post from Janet Lansbury gives us some great advice on how adults can be relational with kids to help them to transform conflicts. It’s never to early to start learning how to have quality interaction! Click this link to read the full blog!
The show must go on, but that doesn’t always mean it should. This is a fact that Kelvin Moon Loh, an understudy in a Broadway production of “The King and I,” struggled with recently when an audience member’s autistic son disrupted his performance. Making noise during a Broadway performance is a seen as serious faux-pas […]