Archive for September, 2010

When Do You Become A Mother Whisperer?

Val and I were wondering when it is that you become a mother whisperer. My first thought was “When you want to! ” But then, as I thought about it,  it occurred to me that I became a mother whisperer when my mother began to share her sadness and disappointment with her upbringing.  She was […]

I’m Dog Whispering today!

A new puppy in the house causes havoc and a lot laughter! Meg joined the Tiberia family yesterday. Now I have to put my Cesar Milan hat on and get to work with the bundle of loving energy 🙂 I wonder what tips I can learn for my Mother Whisperer journey too! …. patience is […]

A Humorous Look at What Our Mothers Teach Us!

Thanks Sharon for forwarding this fun piece to me…. and to Maryanne whoever you might be.  I think it’s worth sharing. I’m also thankful that I didn’t learn all of this from my mother. …. Now my ex-mother-in-law is a different story 😉 1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE. “If […]

Don Miguel Ruiz’s Insight on Reality and the Second Agreement

At this point it is clear that the people who you really love and who love you don’t really know you, and you don’t know them either. The only thing you know about them is what you believe about them.

Let’s Get Real About Our Mothers!

In American society Mothers seem to be either romanticized or demonized. This can make things confusing and difficult  for daughters! The Mother we celebrate on Mothers Day is the nurturer, the warm and caring giver, our best supporter and champion, the wise adviser and trusted friend who always stands by us and loves us unconditionally. The […]

The #1 Communication Pitfall in Mother Relationships

The number one pitfall in all relationships that starts with our mothers

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  • COMMUNICATION QUIZ - Can You Make These Statements?

    Ask yourself if you make any of the following 15 statements. Find out if you are expressing yourself fully and are communicating with openness and presence.
    • SCORING The highest possible score is 30, and the lowest is zero. The higher the score, the higher your likelihood of having success in all your relationships. 0-9: You probably find yourself frustrated in relationships (especially with your mother) more often than you would like. 10-15: You have a high aptitude for relating and are open to learning 16-24: You have good relationship skills. How can you apply them more to your mother relationship? 25-30: Congratulations! Your capacity for present-centered relating is at a very high level.
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