Category Archives: Break-ups

Top 5: Ways to get over heartbreak (well, stages of really)

Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth – or burn down your house, you can never tell.  — Joan Crawford I share my bed with a laptop and an iphone, not a person, so relationships might not be … Continue reading

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Stuff and nonsense (the pain of unrequited love)

‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. — Lord Alfred Tennyson If there‘s anything good about having your heart broken, it‘s learning that you still have one. Such an experience is especially poignant for … Continue reading

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Top 5: Ways to find, form and foster unconditional love in your life

This post goes out to Jane, whose struggle – and courage – inspired me to write it. Unconditional love is the holy grail of human existence. We all long to belong. When we buy pretty trinkets, we’re trying to prove … Continue reading

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Top 5: Fundamental elements of trust

I wrote this post for a junior staff member of mine who asked me “What does trust LOOK like? and how  can I build it?” Trust is so often one of things we FEEL (or don’t) – rather than something we can consciously evaluate. … Continue reading

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