We need to start listening to others with the intent to understand, not the intent to reply. Be an intentional listener.
With technology so prevalent today, there are not many face-to-face conversations. We may not be saying much, but out body language sure is. Body language is the meaning behind the words or the “unspoken” language. Surprisingly, studies show that only up to an estimated 10 percent of our communication is verbal. The majority of the rest of communication is unspoken. … Read More
Allow Your Children to “Grieve” After Divorce Divorce is hard on everyone involved. When children are involved, we need to give them the time and space to grieve the loss of the biological parent that leaves the home. To “grieve” may sound harsh, but it is exactly what the children do. They have lost someone very special to them, even … Read More