with Terri Crosby
I INVITED FIVE WISE WOMEN. HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED.
I’m not a person prone to inviting friends to spontaneous dinners at my house. I’d like to be more of a “sure, come on over” kind of person, but in general, I’m not. Because… any dinner, no matter how simple, seems to require some sort of more-special-than-usual food prep, cleaning the house, and straightening things up to look casually wonderful, as if my house looks that way all the time. Click here to continue reading
Terri helps you create life-affirming, ever-evolving happier relationships with those you love.
BEING TOO BUSY. WHAT DOES IT REALLY MEAN?
Buddhists say that being perpetually busy is a way to flee from healing that naturally takes place in silence and stillness.
Healing occurs when the mind becomes still. Or stops. Often, it requires a shocking life event to interrupt our human pattern of accomplishing goals and checking things off the to-do list, of being swept up in striving or seeking. Click here to continue reading
DO YOU KNOW THE IMPACT OF SPEAKING YOUR LOVE?
You are standing in front of a dear friend.
You know the admiration or appreciation you have for your friend? About who she is, what she’s saying, or how beautiful she looks in that hat? Or what a kind gesture she offered just now?
You’ve noticed wonderful things about her plenty of times, but you’re not in the habit of saying those things. You hang back a little. You feel her wonderfulness, you appreciate it, but don’t tell her.
She knows, though, right? Click here to continue reading
IF I HAD WRITTEN MY RELATIONSHIP BOOK AFTER MY FIRST DIVORCE.
You would have arrived at my doorstep and taken me out to lunch. We’d have talked about what happens when monogamy goes out the window.
Well, well, well.
At first, I’d have been not too happy during that lunch. I may even have spit a little salad while giving you the gory details. I may have turned my buttered slice of artisan bread into a frisbee headed for my ex-husband. Click here to continue reading
FATHERS, LISTEN TO YOUR DAUGHTERS.
Since the early 80′s, I’ve been studying, observing, and experimenting in my own life, and talking to others about it. It’s what I do. I’m a student of life, always learning, excited about inner upgrades to my ability to understand, grow, and communicate about it.
Yes, you can change even the most stuck or awful circumstances. Yes, you can rescue a relationship that is going down the tubes. Clients love this information. They say it’s useful, real, down to earth, and it makes an immediate difference in their relationships. After a series of sessions, life is different. Really improved!