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Many believe an ideal relationship will always be happy and conflict free. But we know all relationships — whether romantic, parent-child, extended family, friendships or co-workers — will have disagreements. The key to healthy, secure … more
Another year has come and gone and we find ourselves on the doorstep of 2017. For most us, before we step through that doorway, there is a moment to look back and review the year as well as life in general. This can be a healthy process in which … more
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke for 47 minutes Sunday night, and all of them were remarkable for what he didn’t say. Trump abandoned his practice of long-winded, unsubstantiated charges about the election being rigged … more
I expect that few folks spend much time trying to better understand time and/or listening. I hope this series is giving you opportunities to do so. How we invest our time and listen with intent and … more
Have we forever lost our forests to intense mega wildfires like the Las Conchas? Nature works on a different time frame than humans. “Forever” in nature is a really long time, like thousands or even millions of years. Our northeastern forests … more
Current estimates are that one in five adolescents engage in self-injury. These numbers do not just include young people already identified as needing psychological help. Rather, they reflect ordinary youth from average American high schools and … more
As the parent, you have tremendous power over your child’s life. As with all power, you have a choice how you use it. For example, you can use your power either to control your child, or you can use it to help him develop mastery of himself. If … more
Many hundreds of people are expected to congregate Jan. 15 at the venerable and famous Santuario de Chimayó on the annual occasion of the Feast Day of the Lord Jesús Cristo (crucified) de Esquípulas, which is one of the most important fiestas in … more
Taos is a unique and complex community where human strengths and human needs exist at the same time as dramatic challenges to the behavioral health system. Whether looking at poverty, hunger, violence or despair in many forms, Taoseños across their … more
Not all Taos area forest types live with fire. Our last article was about breaking down a large area of forest into types, which appears timely in view of the article “Burned in wood: Study uses tree rings to trace Taos-area fire history,” by … more
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