Practice

the practice of graceful requests

A Guest Post from Amy A dear friend and avid reader commented last week on my Friendly Coercion post with some suggestions that were so good that I felt they merited their own post. Amy Law from Seattle has developed her own particular set of protocols for both hearing and expressing requests. Personally, I think …

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Love

letting love identify itself

While working on a collaborative presentation with a friend and colleague recently we were reflecting on the non-traditional nature of our relationship. You see, we’d dated for over a year, quite enjoyably. We aren’t dating now. But there wasn’t ever really a “breakup.” Nor was there a “fading away.” We actually care for each other …

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Love

be patient with love

The Folly of Frak, Yeah! Recently a friend and frequent reader of this blog forwarded me an article which, if you’ll forgive me, I will sanitize to the phrase “Frak Yeah!” This is by no means out of deference to my own sensibilities, as I could give a fu- ahem. That is to say, I …

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