Keep Moving On

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Being centered helps you to keep moving on, even when your emotions are on overflow.  When you are stirred up, your heart races.  When your pulse goes up by a mere ten beats per minute, whether you are two years old or eighty-two, you slip out of gear because the oxygen to your brain is […]

On Glenn Beck, Empathy, and Black Lives Matter

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Glenn Beck is a prominent voice among conservative commentators. He has hosted his own talk show, created his own media source, and been on countless news programs voicing his strong conservative beliefs. Those beliefs are sometimes extreme and sometimes reflect a lack of groundedness. However, it seems as though Glenn Beck may be turning a relational […]

The Danger of Making the Presidential Debates a Circus

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Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton took the stage on Monday night for the first presidential debate of this election cycle. According to The New York Times’ reporters Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin, the two “clashed over trade, the Iraq war, [Trump’s] refusal to release his tax returns, and [Clinton’s] use of a private email server.” […]

Who Will Stop Bullying?

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“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 […]

Setting the Relational Example: Difficult Interactions with Kids

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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 […]

Kelvin Moon Loh Stands Up and Stands Out From The Crowd

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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 […]