Monthly Archives: December 2012

5 Ways to Help Your Friend Who Is “Ahhh-ee Tuck!”

Years ago my then 16-month son and I were out for a walk in the woods of Iowa, visiting his grandmother. He toddled into some brambles, where the thorns caught his clothes and dug into his arm. After a brief struggle, he became very still. We looked at each other. I was curious what he […]

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How many times have you heard "one part of me wanted to do this, but then this other part said...". We talk about our "parts" all the time, but how often do you actually look at them closely? There's a reason for that. In my coaching, some clients suffer the conflict between their parts. Let […]

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