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Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2011’

More Than Conflict Resolution: Reconciliation

We often confuse reconciliation with conflict resolution. In our anxiousness to fix conflicts, we sometimes push people, particularly children, to say they are sorry. But relationships and situation don’t get fixed or restored when we try to force it. We can always invite reconciliation but not demand it. An apology can make an issue go away for a while but …

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A Transformation In Perspective

A Paradigm Shift is a change from one way of thinking to another. It’s a transformation in our perspective. It is usually driven by events that work as agents of change. Attitudes began to change as we perceive things differently; our awareness expands as if we were looking at them with a different pair of glasses. This video is a …

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Truth And Relationships

As in life, in families, truth alone can be a deadly weapon.  Speaking the truth without compassion can destroy love.  Some parents tend to focus so much on proving the hows and whys of their being right that they ignore the need for compassion.  This often leads to bitterness, disappointment and hostility. When in that type of situation, no amount of …

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Turning Disappointment Into Joy

An inspiring video I found on youtube  

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