Peter Kane – Relationship Theorist and author The Monogamy Challenge

Relationships

Understanding Our Reactions to Hillary: Why Do We Resist Powerful Women?

I have always liked Hillary Clinton. When she was the First Lady, and in the years that followed, I often mentioned that I liked her and felt she is a good example of a strong, powerful and authoritative woman. I […]

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What Can We Learn from Donald Trump?

Wow, this is a crazy election. I have always enjoyed teaching about how the political world reflects other relationships and how we are evolving (or not) as humans. Relationship dynamics are somewhat universal and our core issues usually are acted […]

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Honoring the Sacred: Developing the Divine Feminine and Masculine

I increasingly hear talk about Sacred Relationships or Divine Feminine/Masculine aspects of self, what they need, and what they need from the other. What does it mean to be firmly grounded in our sacred inner feminine and/or masculine? And, what […]

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Happiness, Joy and Connection

Happiness is not derived from inner joy and feelings of love alone, it also stems from connection. Connection is about being in our right Relationship with others and the environment. Happiness comes from being able to hold connection with ourselves […]

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Authentic Communication, Leadership and Facebook?

I have friends who criticize Facebook for being inane and others who criticize those who use it primarily for self-promotion. I don’t spend much time with the playful conversations on Facebook, but I recently responded to a friends post that […]

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Our Vulnerability Makes Us Hypocrites

It is natural and normal for us to feel vulnerable. Our physical existence results in some real safety issues and preferences. Especially when we were young we needed to be cared for to survive. As a baby we feel safer […]

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What Does Your Bucket Hold?

Talk of the “Bucket List” seems to have increased in recent years. I feel that our focus may be overly tied to consumption or the cool experiences we should want before we die. I sometimes hear this as similar to […]

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Expectations, Context and Acknowledgement

Does the history or context of a relationship effect what you need to feel acknowledged? For example, if you have a history of shared finances, are you then more likely to need to feel credited or acknowledged for your history […]

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Empathy, Structural Integrity, and Transformation

Do we need empathy? Does empathy increase the strength or structural integrity of a relationship? I am continuing with my theme: What do we need? What do we need to feel connected and nurtured in relationships? How can we create […]

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Is It Healthy to Need?

Learning to accept and embrace the validity of what we want or need has long been a central theme of my work. Becoming conscious of how our needs have been ignored, neglected and even shamed, has far reaching effects. Being […]

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