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When we know our core values, how we are wired and what we stand for, we can understand ourselves, better. We learn what motivates us and how we communicate and learn best. Knowing this about each other builds esteem and honor into our relationships. We at Core Values Counseling hope to help you gain this deep understanding of yourself and others in order for you to have the best life possible!
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Latest Posts from Core Values Blog
Did you know that if you have bulbs in your garden, you’re supposed to pull them out every fall — and replant them in the spring? If you leave them in the ground, they just grow into bulb clusters and eventually stop flowering altogether. There’s a lesson for relationships in this (of course there is, right?). Sometimes,[…]
The colors of fall are so gorgeous, aren’t they? Plus, I always find, they bring a good reminder to let go of the old — to celebrate what was, while at the same time moving on, and allowing for space in your relationships for new things. Our relationships are ever evolving, and sometimes that means letting go[…]
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – Anne of Green GablesWelcome to October. What does October mean to you? For me, it makes me think of fall festivals and getting lost in corn mazes, capturing those last few hikes in the blazing colors and rainy skies. It’s pumpkin carving and great[…]
We’ve got a powerful visioneering workshop coming up on Sept. 28th! Won’t you join us? What’s visioneering? Think about it this way: Would you launch a business without a vision? What happens when you lose your vision? What do you do when things change in your life or your relationships and that vision has to change or be[…]
Well, the kids are all back to school, and I’m reminded of what a spirit of new beginnings fall brings. We’re all refreshed after the summer, and there’s a certain comfort in coming back together — getting back into a structure and routine. It might be a good time to evaluate: What structures would you like to[…]
Attuning to your partner emotionally is one of the most important ways to build a lasting connection of trust and safety. We all need to know that our feelings are understood — even if they might be a little irrational. What’s especially important to remember as you attune to your partner is this:Empathizing with their emotions[…]
When was the last time you actually tried something new — something that pushed you out of your comfort zone? That stretched your courage? My friend and counseling colleague, Heather Harrison, recently told me that she and her daughter went skydiving on a Saturday whim. They literally thought of the idea at 10 AM, and were jumping[…]
When my boys were little, we adopted a family motto from the pages of one of their favorite book series, Dinotopia by James Gurney. That motto echoed all throughout the story: “Breathe deep. Seek peace.” For us, it was a funny little quip that we would say to each other that really meant something along the lines of, ‘Chill[…]
I don’t know about you, but often I get lost in my thoughts — either about my future, and what’s about to happen, or something in my past. Sometimes I’m so distracted that I miss the present moment! It slips right by me, unnoticed, never to be seen again. A lot of times, I’ve found, this kind of distraction[…]
It is so easy to waste time these days, getting caught up in all that is ‘wrong’ with our lives — so much so that we completely miss out on the joy of today! We do this in our relationships, too — with our family, our partner, and our friends. When we’re in a situation that is[…]