The other day I woke up and noticed the first thing that was on my mind. Typically, I don’t do this, but I happened to notice the first thing that came to my mind the other day. I noticed I was thinking about how mad I was at myself for eating too many cookies the […]
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Even though 2017 has just begun, parents in Israel are already beginning to register their children for school next year. Yet, this process isn’t as easy at it seems, for where I live, there are numerous educational options. There’s the religious Orthodox school, the secular school, the religious/secular school, the Democratic school, the Waldorf school, the […]
I drove my son to his after school activity the other day, but it only dawned on me when I arrived, that I didn’t know how he was going to get home. I am fortunate to be in a carpool with a friend of mine and we alternate each week with the return ride. Typically, […]
While many of us have things in our lives from which we want to get unstuck, such as: a spouse, a child, an in-law, a neighbor, or a co-worker, what we may not realize are the many other not so obvious places where we also get stuck. These other places are not as obtrusive because […]
I’m going to keep this one quick. Instead of a New Year’s resolution (if you tend to take on that custom), consider just one word to guide you for this year. A word you can create into a mantra, a prayer, a painting, a meditation. A word that can act as a reminder. A word […]
Which relationship in your life is your most important one today? This could be a relationship with a family member, a neighbor, someone with whom you work, or even yourself. And now, I’d like to ask you: Would you consider that relationship a remarkable one? One for which you make great efforts? One for which […]
I came back from my book tour this summer on a high. I nailed my speaking presentations, I sold more books than anticipated, and I received such an overwhelming positive response for my work with STUCK that I was ready to fly with it to the moon. Within a week of returning to Israel, I […]
Last week when my four children woke up in excitement for the first day of school (well, most of them woke up that way), I found myself thinking about my greatest wish for them. Please click here to continue reading my article which was published on the Huffington Post.
While on my book tour this summer, a common question that arose during the Q&A time periods was: How quickly can you actually process through The S.T.U.C.K. Method? People were asking this thoughtful question after I took my time in each workshop to explain in depth each step of the method. They were curious how this […]
This article has been published on The Huffington Post. To read the complete article, please click here.