The House of Many Rooms. A Way to Understand Our Worst Behaviour.

Author: Marianne Glaeser, published on Elephant Journal. “Why does she say she loves me while having an affair?” “Why does he neglect his own daughter when he claims he cares deeply?” “Why does she back-stab me like that after a lifelong friendship?” When a loved one behaves unexpectedly or...

Why Crises are Part of Every Healthy Relationship.

The Cleansing Effect of Relational Proximity. Author: Marianne Glaeser, published on Elephant Journal. Love—a topic nobody can really escape. We may avoid thinking about engineering or agriculture, if we choose to. But every single one of us has to deal with love in one way or another: either because we...

How to avoid toxic relationships and interactions on Facebook

Author: Marianne Glaeser, published by SHEKNOWS  7 Ways to keep Facebook from making you feel bad about yourself “Darling,” “Sweetheart,” “This is so great!” and “Wow, you are amazing!” The older I get, the more allergic I become to these randomly dropped flatteries by those who count me among...

The Opposite Of Addiction is Connection

By Jonathan Davis on Friday July 17th, 2015 Do Stronger Human Connections Immunise Us Against Emotional Distress? ­ Right now an exciting new perspective on addiction is emerging. Johann Harri, author of Chasing The Scream, recently captured widespread public interest with his Ted talk Everything You Know About Addiction Is Wrong, where...

She was Done.

Via Adrienne Pierothon Apr 28, 2015 She was done not fully being herself. She realized she was the only self she could be—and not being unapologetically true to herself was a disservice to her soul and the world. She was done listening to the noise of the world. She...