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Intake, Listening, and Teaching: Practitioner Series #1

Many practitioners are curious about how to begin working with a new client. They want to know if there are any techniques for improving the client’s learning, or how best to impart the message they’d like to get across. In … Continue reading

Thought and Happiness: Inner Workings of the Mind #3

Many of us want to have simpler, happier lives. We want to be less stressed, able to handle problems better, and more at peace with the world around us. In this recording, George Pransky talks about several of the topics … Continue reading

Performance: Inner Workings of the Mind #2

Have you ever wondered what the secret to success is? Do you wish that you could be better at your job without putting in more effort? Many of us want to reach the next step in our careers or hobbies, … Continue reading

Changing Your Behavior: Inner Workings of the Mind #1

Have you ever decided you were going to go to the gym, only to sit at home watching TV? Do you ever wonder why some people stop smoking and some don’t? Many of us want to change our ways in … Continue reading

Reflections on the Creative Process

Do you ever feel like you always have to know what to do? Do you start worrying if you don’t know exactly where a creative project is going? Fortunately, the process of creativity doesn’t have to be so daunting. Sometimes, … Continue reading

“What if I Care More about Fixing the Relationship than my Partner?”

When relationships are in trouble, often only one person’s motivated or willing to get help. So can one person turn a relationship turn around?   The short answer is YES, when one person changes or grows, it changes the entire … Continue reading

Relationship Tension? Bring more enjoyment, hope, and love to your relationship

Tension, arguing, and bickering are among the most chronic complaints people in relationships have. What’s the point of being in a relationship if the bad outweighs the good? Relationship tension is not only stressful on you, but it also takes … Continue reading

Letting Go: The Self-Indulgent Nature Of Forgiveness

Forgiveness can be really hard for people in relationships. It can feel like when you forgive your partner you are condoning their behavior, or you are allowing them to get away with something that isn’t fair. But what if forgiveness … Continue reading

Getting Over Yourself: Why You Need To Do It

Ever feel like your emotional reactions are controlling your relationship? Like you’re constantly trying to avoid upsetting your partner, and when one of you does get upset, it’s really, really hard to get over it? Some couples call this state … Continue reading

My Parents are Divorced…Does that Mean that I’m Likely to get Divorced, too?

Whether married, test-driving spouses, or single, we often see a trend: people whose parents divorced often end up living chronically worried or relationship-phobic. Maybe you already see yourself repeating some of their dysfunctional patterns in your own relationships? Yes, we … Continue reading

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