No matter what is happening in your life, find something that helps you feel content and peaceful.For most situations we might be in, we can probably say Not so bad.
You might remind yourself that I always find solutions that work.
Perhaps you can google quotes to feel happy.
Feel free to email email@example.com and ask for my favorite resources on being happy.
We're all doing the best we know how to try and meet our needs, so let's connect with our own and others' feelings and needs so we can understand and be understood.
About Moreah Vestan
Would your life have greater meaning if you experienced more peace and harmony?
I welcomed Nonviolent (Compassionate) Communication (NVC) into my life in 1998. It gives me more hope for turning conflict into collaboration and sadness to comfort than anything else I know. I've coached many people and offered dozens of workshops on dealing with difficult conversations. I love to explore with people how to connect with our own and others' feelings and needs so we can all learn how to be and do and have what makes our lives fulfilling.
I have an M.A. in Adult Education, and was a relationship columnist 16 years for Seattle's Active Singles Life. I was on the board of the Puget Sound Coaching Association for three years. A Personal and Professional Coach since 1998, I also bring to my practice the skills and awareness I have learned in Voice Dialogue, co-counseling, Nonviolent (Compassionate) Communication, and Enneagrams.
I am dedicated to each of us "fully expressing all of who we are." Four values guide my life: connection, contribution, discovery and freedom.
Contact me in Seattle at 206-938-8385 or email me. I offer a complimentary 30-minute coaching call, and work with people in person, by phone or by email to resolve personal and interpersonal issues in their lives. I am available for seminars and workshops. Visit my web site at Communication Coaching.
Send me an email to request a pdf of my book Pleasures and Ponderings.