Women Connecting

Women connecting with a warm friendship heals isolation, if there isn’t another agenda in the way. Too often, women take other women for granted. It’s a sign of healing when respect for our female sisters rises to the top of our priority list.

Early Maternal Deprivation and Mother Hunger

Early Maternal deprivation creates a lifelong hunger for her love. In my book Ready to Heal, I name this unique grief Mother Hunger. Mother Hunger complicates bonding for women, making romantic relationships and friendships very difficult. Here’s a unique study that reinforces the grief of Mother Hunger from sciencedaily.com Even brief maternal deprivation early in …

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Heart Break

Dear broken hearted, It is said that time heals all wounds. Time may dull the pain of a broken heart, but it cannot fully heal the wound. Unlike a broken bone, heartbreak has no cast. Most of us recognize that healing a broken bone requires a “time-out” from routine, but life rarely permits anyone the …

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This is Water — Excerpt by Anjali Dayal

Read this article in PDF form by clicking here. Sharing an excerpt with you from On Being—and if you haven’t checked this site out yet, you may want to!  (onbeing.org) This is a well-articulated discussion by Anjali Dayal, who is an assistant professor of International Politics at Fordham University and a research fellow at Georgetown University’s Institute …

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A good marriage is no guarantee against infidelity

“Adultery has existed since marriage was invented, yet this extremely common act remains poorly understood. Infidelity may be ubiquitous, but the way we make meaning of it—how we define it, experience it, and talk about it—is ultimately linked to the particular time and place where the drama unfolds.” Read the whole article by Esther Perel …

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