Tend To Your Fuse

I noticed something recently. In the last week or two it seems like people are angrier, less patient, more frustrated. I think the “novelty” (if you can call it that) of lockdown/quarantine finally wore off and people suddenly realized that… Read More

Sit In Your Center

“For far too long we have been seduced into walking a path that did not lead us to ourselves. For far too long we have said yes when we wanted to say no. And for far too long we have…

When We Gather

This weekend a high school friend reached out via messenger, and it was so lovely to connect. Our reunion was canceled (understandably), and we both lamented the fact that we wouldn’t get to hug and see each other. She then…

To the Healers…

heal·er /ˈhēlər/ noun: healer; plural noun: healersa person who claims to be able to cure a disease or injury using special powers; a person or thing that mends or repairs something; something that alleviates a person’s distress or anguish URBAN…

Crisis Shows.

Crisis shows the nature of a person.Crisis shows the nature of a community.Crisis shows the nature of a country, and Crisis shows the nature of a leader. Crisis either causes a person to rise and stand, finding ways to help…

It’s hard. You are not alone.

“It is only when we truly relax, that we begin to deeply heal.” I’ve been practicing yoga for over 25 years. I don’t know which teacher said that. But, actually, I know that, in their own ways, they all did.…

Mental Health in the Workplace

According to a recent article in Fortune “One in five Americans suffers from some sort of mental health condition, and 56% of them receive no treatment. The ripple effects in the workplace are significant: According to a 2015 study, depression alone costs…