Coffee With The Sarlos
We hope the kettle’s on and you’re settling in nicely. Whether you’re waking up with us, winding down or you’ve found pockets of time in your day to catch up with us like old friends do, we’re glad you’ve arrived. Our podcasts were developed for you in comfortable, conversational format to cover a wide range of topics about what we do, how we do it, what it’s like living with these gifts and the brilliant lessons we learn every day from each other as well as our clients (confidentiality upheld, obviously).
Sips Of Sanity
Sips of Sanity is talking about The Many Faces of Anger this month so that listeners can better identify the differences in feeling and expression of these emotions. Make sure to grab a pen and paper because this week of shows is going to equip you with a multitude of questions that will help you assess, reflect and prepare for better behavioural patterns around anger going forward!
Prone to Regret (EP 222)
In today's episode of Coffee with the Sarlos, Karen is recapping a group session of siblings who were looking to connect to their dead parents. They weren't looking for anything in particular, just hoping to connect. What they received from their parents far outweighed their expectations and that was to hear from both of them how much they were prone to regret during their time on earth. But what does that mean? What does it look like in a lifetime? And were the siblings bound to repeat their parents' patterns? Find out!
If you have questions or comments about today's show you can email Karen and Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
A group of siblings looking to connect with their dead parents find out that both their mother and father lived lives prone to regret. But what does that mean? And what does it look like in a lifetime? And how do we break that pattern?