Some endings are tough for me. Actually, let me be honest. Most endings are challenging for me. And, writing an ending to individual blog posts can be the most challenging aspect of writing. Often, telling (or writing) a story, I feel compelled to give a thorough background, replete with relationships and descriptions of how I felt, then […]
People often wonder why I’m not married. Here’s a follow-up to the “Why Are You STILL Single?” piece — I talk about my experience as an unmarried woman in her 30s.
The truth always resides inside us. We opt to ignore it, to distract ourselves from listening to our hearts and heads. What happens if we slow down and find our truth?
I LOVE this post by guest blogger, Brita. She’s an incredible writer and offers amazing insight to the world of dating while working at a bar. Note to men: don’t do this anymore.
I wasn’t sure where I was going when I started this post. And then I ended at the end. Here’s a short, meandering post.
Wondering what’s REALLY important, my client and I have an ongoing discussion about whose life he’s living. Is he living the life that makes him happiest or the life that others ascribe for him? What about you?
How are men and women communicating in 2017? My clients and I have experienced a certain passivity and vagueness coming from men. Read more here!
I was approached by a Good Men Project editor, Jeremy McKeen, around January 2016. We started talking about all sorts of topics I wasn’t having with anyone else. We were emailing about love, relationships, passion, balancing time and dating in cities. Jeremy believed in me and encouraged me to submit my writing to GMP. Nervously, […]
Aren’t we supposed to feel like adults who know what we’re doing? Guest blogger, Sarah Fader, challenges this concept.
Coaching is appropriate for people who feel like they can’t get ahead. They can’t get over the hurdles between where they are now and where they want to be.