Articles about Love, relationships, family and connections.

July 2019

Midlife Breakdown or Breakthrough

By | 2019-07-30T16:06:37-04:00 July 30th, 2019|Crisis, Loss and Renewal, Living Your Passion, Love Will Keep Us Alive|

Midlife is less defined by an actual date on the calendar, or even physical changes, and more by a stage in which we begin to shift the way we view and interact in the world. It’s not surprising that it can feel disorienting, even debilitating, at times as we re-find ourselves. If we knew that this transitional state was an invitation to a greater path and a fuller expression of our life, would we see this as a midlife crisis or more of a midlife awakening?

February 2011

Keeping the loving energy flowing beyond Valentines Day

By | 2017-07-13T17:43:57-04:00 February 14th, 2011|Guest Blogggers & Interviews, Love Will Keep Us Alive|

By Debbie Must Valentines Day is a reminder to us all that we need to honor the loving connection that we have with our spouse. Celebrating this occasion is one sure way of keeping our love and passion alive. For the connection to remain strong all year long, we need to keep our marital flame burning. This may seem a daunting task in these busy times, yet there are couples who manage to do just that. Successful couples equally commit to ensuring that their marriage thrives rather than just survives and together they transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. A glowing example of a strong connection shines in the relationship between my friends John and Nathalie. Together, they lead a program called The Marriage Course. Their efforts help to equip couples with the tools and skills needed to build a strong and healthy marriage that will last a lifetime. Fortunately, they were willing to share their recipe for success with us, a gift that can help each of us deepen the connection to our own spouse. [...]

Watching Groundhog Day, Again

By | 2017-07-13T17:43:57-04:00 February 1st, 2011|Crisis, Loss and Renewal, Love Will Keep Us Alive|

Watching the movie Groundhog Day again, I was surprised to realize it was filled with metaphors about life, love and conscious evolution. The motivation and reward for the main character's conscious awakening was love. Often romantic love, parental or other love bonds can help propel the soul to evolve. I experienced this in my own life with my husband, Bob, who died over a year ago.