Tag Archives: Iyanla Vanzant

Why Your Job is Making You Fat Part 2

At a recent meeting and in couple’s counselling all over the world, the same tired tune is played. We don’t communicate. When I recently heard this statement, I gently offered the insight that no we don’t have a communication issue; we have an accountability issue. So much of what passes for communication in the work… Read More »

How to Survive a Plague, Reinvent Yourself and Create a Life that Makes You Insanely Happy

This is society’s current wish, right? Many of us have had to take a good look at our lives and then admit, “this ain’t it!” Most of us crave renivention and the ability to restart our lives. Many of us long to leave the lives we’ve built. The same lives that keep us trapped. Aren’t… Read More »

Burn the Manual Presents: What the World Needs Now is More Sanity

Early this morning my husband and I decided that the world has lost its collective marbles. Currently, the world we live in is one where there are no boundaries and constant interruptions are as common as drinking my third cup of coffee by ten a.m. How do you create a sanctuary that is nurturing and… Read More »

Ask the Old Guy Presents: The Process of Making Good Friends

Often times, we find ourselves in the most ridiculous positions. We get very confused and many times overstep boundaries and cause grief, heartache, and confusion. How many friendships could have been spectacular but got derailed because we either don’t keep it in our pants or can’t help acting out if it stays in our pants?… Read More »

Don’t read this unless you are Color Blind

Recently, I read an article and watched an accompanying video regarding black/white gay male relationships. I was surprised by the vocal and passionate responses of some of the readers. When I began blogging over a year ago, it was in direct response to an article that was filled with stereotypical responses to black and white… Read More »