Repair: Another Home for Love ll By Colleen Ladd

Western culture doesn’t always show how conflict can be handled. More than ever, we are seeing a toxic “cancel culture” that goes beyond the fact that humans are meant to make mistakes to grow and into the idea that anything we say can be held against us as we unlearn harmful ideologies that divide us…

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Learning to Love Oneself ll By Faye Maguire, MA, LACC

“We will never be able to really love ourselves until we go beyond the need to make life wrong.”   Writes Louise Hay, one of the most prolific writers on the topic of self-love. What does she mean by this? Most of us have an inner critic, often the voice of a parent, that is…

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Love Messages to Our Soul ll By Michele Bailey

This post is for anyone who struggles to feel like they are enough. It is for anyone who has a critical voice inside them that can be harsh, doubting, and sometimes even downright mean.  We tell ourselves lies every day, right inside our very own heads. We have grown up telling ourselves lies, and because…

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Believing in Believing ll By David Hoefer, NLC

A politician claims widespread fraud with no evidence to support his claim, yet many believe him. How can this be?  From birth we are bombarded with dogma: Merriam Webster defines dogma as “a point of view put forth as authoritative without adequate grounds.”  We are conditioned early on, for better or worse, to believe.  Believing…

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