Tag: family

  • Resiliency Requires Experience

    Resiliency Requires Experience

    By: Donna R. Wood, Existential Coach The one thing in life that I know is true is that one must know who one is, before they can create any type of life that is filled with meaning and purpose. A life of meaning and purpose doesn’t come wrapped in a Zen experience or regulated schedule. […]

  • Balancing the Social Dimension of Being

    Balancing the Social Dimension of Being

    By: Donna R. Wood  In the Social Dimension of Being, we consider the relations and connections we have developed and cultivated with others: our families, friends, co-workers, professional networks, and those who share our spiritual beliefs. The Social Dimension includes our response to the communities and cultures that we belong to, and even those we […]

  • The Empty Plate

    The Empty Plate

    By: Donna R. Wood, Existential Coach For many years, as long as I can remember, my grandmother and great grandmother held to a tradition that I have no idea of the true origins. Perhaps it was something they came up with on their own, or maybe it was something that has been handed down for […]