conversations about Love and loss

Conversations about Love & Loss

Experiences of love leave enduring marks on our lives. With love, eventually comes loss. That’s what makes it all the sweeter; the gross impermanence of life. A great feeling is difficult to express, so we mostly don’t to the fullest extent of our emotions. Or we feel there is perhaps a time limit on when to speak about those moments …

Keep the Conversation Going

Keep the Conversation Going

Think about your day-to-day conversations with those closest to you. What do they look like? Usually, we ask simple questions that evoke simple responses. Surface questions are important building blocks of conversation, but they can be slightly stalling when it comes to keeping the conversation going. This is where we can incorporate everyday storytelling into those moments.  Everyday storytelling takes …

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How to start conversations at family dinners

You know those family/friend/business dinners you’ve been attending or will attend? Yeah, those ones. You might have been nervous/excited/downright ecstatic to go, but found yourself trying to find something to talk about. I’ve got you covered… I proudly present… Fun convo starters that no one expects What’s your favorite joke? Why? Who told it to you? Do you have an …

How to Share Your Most Memorable Dream

How to Share Your Most Memorable Dream

What stories do you want to tell about your life? What legacy will you leave behind for those who come after you? One of the most important ways that we can share our story is through storytelling. Dreams can be a part of our human experience that gets forgotten. Your most memorable dream probably wouldn’t make the cut for your …

Share Something That Scared You And How You Overcame It

Sometimes it’s easier to remember what you were afraid of when you were 5 than it is to recall your favorite memory from that same year. Something about the way we process and tell stories makes fear and heartbreak stick in our mind. Sharing something that scared you and how you overcame it can be cathartic and helpful for someone …