Characters in Diversity: Which One Are You?


In the field of diversity training, where I do a good bit of work, I’ve developed a self-evaluation component for people to consider. Your participation can help you determine what […]

Soldiers: Show your Appreciation this week

remember our troops

I wish you a wonderful holiday season, filled with gratitude for all you have and the things and people you love. During this holiday season, have you considered the many […]

International Peace & Choice Theory Practice


In honor of International Peace Month, I thought it appropriate to write about what constitutes peace. Internationally, most people think of peace as the absence of war. Nationally, it may […]

Finding Balance in Relationships

One of man’s biggest internal struggles is the conflicting needs of independence and connection. They seem to be mutually exclusive. How can you have independence and be connected at the […]

Attitude Changes Everything

“Whenever you’re in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude.”–William James

Parenting Conflict Quote: Wayne Dyer

“Conflict cannot survive without your participation.” — Wayne Dyer This is partly what I am proposing to parents. When you stop participating in the power struggle with your children, the […]