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Terri Crosby

Smart Relationship Maintenance

February 23, 2023
We have checks for our physical health, so how about checks for the health of our relationships, too? It’s smart to have regular check ups with our partner. This way, our relationship health doesn’t get overlooked. Plus, we can catch small issues before they grow bigger. Early detection is always a good thing. Before we […]

What If Nobody’s Wrong?

February 16, 2023
I had a little fun with an older video of mine… chopped it like a salad and added dressing—some fun text, plus sound and visual effects. Please know the edits are FAR from perfect and hopefully they give you a good laugh. It’s my first try. I thought why not have a little fun? Even […]

Sitting on a Ledge, Feet Dangling?

February 9, 2023
It seems that plenty of us are going through significant experiences these days—cathartic, sudden life changes, even. Or perhaps we know we need to dig down to the bottom of our truth tank and come up with a solution or make a decision we’ve been putting off. Recently, I had a transformative experience that was […]

The Trouble with Divorce

January 25, 2023
Something new—and significant—is happening with divorce rates after the age of 50. They are calling it “gray divorce.” Statistics tell us that more than 1 in 4 people in the United States who are choosing to end their marriage are over age 50, and over half of those divorces happen after 20 years of marriage. […]

2023: Will Your Wisdom Lead the Way?

January 18, 2023
The beginning of a new year is a natural reset. As 2022 drew to a close, I’m sure many of us paused to take inventory of the past year, a reflection that may very well have caused us to launch a new intention. When it comes to resolutions, every advice-giver on the internet recommends keeping […]

In Stitches

December 27, 2022
Three islands, Inishmore, Inishmaan, and Inisheer, off the west coast of Ireland make up the Aran Islands. The O’Briens and the O’Flahertys, two local clans, ruled the islands until the English intervened in the late 16th century. The people of these Islands are small-scale farmers and fishermen. They fish using currachs, small round boats made […]

My Holiday Wishes for You

December 22, 2022
May your Holiday table be filled with delicious food made by you and those you love. May you appreciate every bite. May you share with others who would be thankful for the nourishment. May those you love mind their manners/behave :–))) at this Holiday table—enough. May minds be open, hearts wide, and voices kind. May […]

Holiday Sale—100 Words: Small Servings of Whimsy and Wisdom

December 19, 2022
I’m having a book sale. More on that in a moment. First, here’s a reading of one of the poems from the book. I hope you enjoy it. From now through the end of January, 100 Words: Small Servings of Whimsy and Wisdom is on sale if you order from me directly. I’ll send a […]

Places That Hurt

December 14, 2022
How you do relationships is unique to you. Not everybody needs what you need. Not everybody wants what you want. Not everybody loves what you love. Each of us has favorite flavors when it comes to life’s banquet of possibilities. How often you reach out to your partner is distinct to you. Your actions and […]

Call It a Grand Re-Opening

December 8, 2022
For the last 22 years, I’ve been a little busy. But I wasn’t busy doing what I thought I’d be doing. I thought I’d be working with consulting clients and creating classes just like always. You know, busy with the usual. But no. In 2000, I married for the fourth time. It was about then […]

Lynn Twist on Gratitude

November 24, 2022
Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone! It is that time of year to remember and reflect on our generous universe. Lynn Twist is an original staff member of The Hunger Project, an organization started in 1977 to end world hunger. She served as a leader of this global initiative for 20 years. During those years she created and […]

When Couples Push Pause

November 16, 2022
Every relationship is a work in progress. This applies equally to a first date or to a long-term marriage. A connection with another human being is ever-evolving. It is constantly growing in some direction. Growth is a miracle. There are miracles of all sorts in my coaching practice for couples. Partners sometimes struggle along, do […]

Waking Up History

November 9, 2022
Rhiannon Giddens is a national treasure. Have you heard her? Her voice is riveting, her intent powerful, and her sound is gifted with keen aim—straight to the heart of a matter. Her song-stories pry open our collective human past and ask us to remember and consider the dark folds of human experience. Other pieces are […]

What About Your “Wild and Free”?

November 2, 2022
Last night was another night of dreams about animals—lots of animals. It’s a regular thing with me. Animals of all kinds show up in my dreams, an ever-changing variety of beasts, critters, and friends who fly. Whoever they are, they get along with each other. They are never chasing each other or harming anyone or […]

The Downside of Over-the-Top Sexual Attraction

September 29, 2022
(Note: to view the video version of this blog, click on the link just above my signature at the end of this article.) Have you ever been so intensely attracted to someone that you felt physically uncomfortable? Most of us have experienced this. Being so-o-o-o attracted puts us in a dither—we are unable to think […]

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