Sticky Emotional Reaction…

Sharon BartleyAdvice, Neil

Here’s the next article for Neil on holidays and relationships… Despite your best intentions in clearing the slate… And all your preparation for staying mindful with your family over the holidays… Once you’re seated at the table, or socializing in the living room, you may still catch yourself regressing into the wounded child or adapted adolescent. A sticky emotional reaction … Read More

Running patterns

Sharon BartleyNeil

This is the latest article from Neil on relationships When reconnecting with family for the holidays… Few of us enter with a blank slate, to experience others as they truly are… Over decades, we’ve built up assumptions about them, and how the day or night will go. In effect, instead of relating to each other…   We are relating to … Read More

Map out your patterns

Sharon BartleyNeil

This is the next article from Neil on breaking patterns and relationships. Patterns are everywhere… In Nature, in your behavior, as well as in your relationships with family. And if you tend to get stressed out or reactive around certain family members, you can be sure there’s a pattern at play. After all, where there’s reactivity, there’s a wound. To … Read More

Trauma At Work

Richard ArthurAdvice

This is a much older article from Neil on life…. We all have a “core wound” from our childhood that we can heal to improve our lives and relationships – especially our relationship with ourself. The first step of doing this is to identify the wound. One way to do this is to look at our childhood experiences. But another, … Read More

Thank You

Neil StraussNeil, Public

After much help and discussion, I’ve been able to come up with a title for my next book…