connection

I suggest, instead, envisioning a different sort of future, beginning with a rethinking of our core mythology and its excruciating
Correcting someone can be a very supportive act that brings you a deeper connection, or it can be a surefire way to disconnect
If we, as adults, can incorporate this child-like behavior into our daily lives: we can learn to live more from the heart
The Stop's programming doesn't just serve the hungry--it uses the power of community meals to fight isolation more broadly
Sometimes we forget what we need—and what we deserve. Here's what genuine connection feels like.
This is not meant as a snub of non-members. There are lots of clubs I will never belong to. I will never have a daughter. I may never be a grandmother. I will never get into the club for men, Asians, twins or former Miss Americas. But my world was rocked when I got my mom card.
Are you inspired by these stories? Do you have an idea rooted in bringing peace and justice to all things? We accept grant
How often do you hear these types of statements? Or perhaps we should ask have you EVER heard anyone saying these things?
When the phone company can't get Cheryl Roy's phone line right, is she owed anything for the hours of wasted time? Question
I saw it, though. I had been in such a good place, feeling so good about myself and my relationships all summer, and so I felt the shift dramatically. It was easy to identify how the shame and self-loathing sent me straight into a spiral of disconnection.
We are not meant to be in service to the economy. The economy is meant to be in service to us. Yet today many of us feel powerless to an economic system that is collectively leading to results that no one wants. We have been taught scarcity and hyper-individualism, that it is "us versus them." Nowhere more so than in business.
My family and I just spent the better part of a week with a huge group of friends - couples, families, and single folk. It was wonderful, and it provided a great many opportunities for relationship insights. The nicest insight was regarding our friend, Chris.
Having strong, loving, open connections with other women is not just a nice to have, it's essential to the health, happiness and wholeness of our hearts and souls as women.
So scandal allows us to exercise socializing emotions, such as superiority and contempt, while providing a sense of superiority, not to mention a false connectedness to those we share gossip and hearsay.
Our modern society is more likely to isolate than connect us. Not that true connection isn't possible. But for many of us -- and especially for some of us post-divorce -- it's pretty hard. And it didn't always used to be this way.