Midlife Reboot

Sunday I came across this article in the Washington Post that talks about what we traditionally call the "midlife crisis." Turns out it's not a crisis at all. It's a "psychological and emotional reboot" where "our values, our priorities, even our brains...shift away from competition and social striving and toward connecting and giving to others,"... Continue Reading →

Valentine’s Day Reflection

We've been through some tough times for love. On a personal level, I've navigated fallout from a divorce, but more than that, as a community we've been bombarded by relentless forces of anger, division, and hate. Compassion, hope, and affection have had difficulty finding their voices in these confusing times, and all of us have... Continue Reading →

Toxic Mantras

Since returning to the United States after an extended period living abroad, I've gone through multiple bouts of reverse culture shock. Never anything I couldn't handle, but moments that have thrown me into puzzled reflection, if not outright confusion. There's nothing quite like the feeling you don't understand your own culture; that the society which... Continue Reading →

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