Housewives of the 1950s and I have a kinship. I have a deep sense of unfulfillment if I do not get to do work beyond caregiving and household management. Friedan's phrase, "Is this all?" echoes in my head as I scour the Target aisles for granola bars with protein.
"Leadership is doing the right thing, while management is doing things right." — Warren Bennis Leadership to me means the vision and drive to motivate others to move forward toward a worthwhile goal. I believe leaders should have the integrity to set goals that benefit many and the follow-through to complete those goals. Managers take charge [...]
According to Dr. Joan Borysenko, cofounder of the Mind/Body Clinic, Harvard Medical School, women are happiest when the opportunities for self-in relation are the greatest. One of the main pleasures of busy working women, not surprisingly, is the relatively large number of relationships that can develop in the work setting, as opposed to the relatively [...]
At last, it was my turn. I was the final guest of the day. I followed my station sherpa to the main set for Family Rules! I walked in and instantly felt awed by the room, the number of people in it, the lighting and all of the cameras. The set was brightly lit and divided into two parts:a kitchen set and a sit down couch and chair set. I was directed to the couch and chair side.
...the most important things in life were love, peace of mind, and service to others, a triad that I believe characterizes the wisdom of the middle-aged woman, and which I call the midlife values triad. — Joan Borysenko Ph.D In Dr. Borysenko's book, A Woman's Book of Life: The Biology, Psychology and Spirituality of the [...]
I am on vacation in Tennessee. Please enjoy this guest post from Marcus Neo on attachment styles and relationships. I believe you will find it interesting. I did! See you next week! Take care friends! https://marcusneo.com/attachment-styles-and-theory/