There are many temptations to organize our life around the experience of earlier trauma. But that may short-change the future—which starts by our envisioning something better.
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Finding each other in the present moment
Kathryn Ford M.D.
What does the feeling of being in love mean? And what does it mean when the feeling goes away?
Behind the scenes of every encounter, we are constantly trying to solve the riddle: how do I get you to be more open to me?
Fireworks happen when two people connect with open hearts and open minds. To spark fireworks in a conversation, you first have to learn how to really listen.
The secret to being more fully ourselves and connected to each other is mastering the art of hard conversations.
What is the one most important thing you can do to keep the love you have or to get back the love you’ve lost? Tune into openness to have less hurt and more love.
Kathryn Ford, M.D., a teacher and clinician, developed Aperture Awareness for relationship success. She received her M.D. from Brown University School of Medicine and completed her psychiatry residency at Stanford School of Medicine.