When we say we’re “okay,” we’re usually demonstrating a profound inability to express a wide variety of more honest and lifegiving feelings.

Different Levels of Friendship

Ray called and described his friend, Andrew. Ten years earlier, they'd had a disagreement, and Andrew cut Ray out of his life. In the past year, however, Andrew had reappeared, and the two of them now got together perhaps every other month for…

They Are Not the Problem

Lisa called to tell me that her supervisors at work were terribly unfair. They were blocking her advanced certification in one specialty skill, they were not answering her e-mails, and they treated her differently from other employees. She could…