Statistic: Nearly 50% of marriages in America end in divorce. -Time Magazine While the number of marriages that end in divorce is sobering, there are all kinds of associated statistics related to children and divorce. Children from divorced families are […]
If you could just be the one that goes first, and gives that olive branch and goes and makes peace, and says, “You know what? No matter what happened, what’s important here is that we get to express our love for each other.” And if you did that before the holidays even got here, then for sure the holiday season and the holiday itself would have a whole other flavor to it.
A June Huffington Post article told the story of Mathew Shurka who was made to participate in controversial gay conversion therapy as an adolescent. Mathew recently participated in the “It Gets Better Project” on YouTube. A video campaign targeted at GLBT […]
Families getting along and defusing conflicts – Landmark’s Josselyne Harman-Saccio discusses on ABC.
Landmark Forum Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham gives three tips for staying cool at family gatherings.
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham speaks in a Deseret News article about dealing with in-laws around the holidays.
Landmark Education Spokesperson David Cunningham, who leads The Landmark Forum, just appeared KOMO Seattle television to discuss how to defuse drama and conflict with family around the holidays.
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham discusses balancing work and family life.
Walk with Sally, an organization created by Nick Arquette in 2005 when participating in a Landmark Education Program, is making an ever-expanding difference with families affected by cancer.
In honor of Mothers Day, here are two recent news stories related to Landmark Education and mothers.
Memorable things told by grandparents – from Landmark Education’s Facebook page.
J. Kim Wright is a leader in cutting-edge, problem-solving family law – her book talks of what’s possible – Wright’s vision was supported by Landmark Education’s Power and Contribution Course.
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham discusses how to have a great family reunion.
Three Landmark Forums were held for the first time in India in September 2009.
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Makarand Purohit’s project that he created in the SELP (a Landmark Education program) was an enormous family reunion.
When Lisa Van Gelder enrolled in a class through Landmark Education, a program of leadership and self-improvement classes, she was focused on improving her self-expression skills. But soon she found that through helping herself, she could also help others.
We just got word that Commentator Montel Williams invited Landmark Education Forum Leader David Cunningham to be on a special Father’s Day edition of his show Montel Across America. In the interview that starts 96 minutes into the show David […]
Shortly before this past mother’s day, Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham appeared on the Daily Buzz television program to discuss the best ways to appreciate and honor one’s mother.
Better Homes and Gardens Television Interviewed Landmark Education spokesperson Deborah Beroset on the topic of relationships and the recession, where she shared an exercise that couples can do to deal with their finances and avoid unnecessary tension. Interview with […]
A young woman from India turned a family tragedy into an opportunity to make a difference for thousands of people. Isha Kishore Shah’s father died of a heart attack in early December. Shah, who was participating in Landmark’s SELP programme, […]
Presented here is part two of Sallie Felton’s radio interview with Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham about dealing with relatives over the holidays. Read part one here. Sallie Felton: Here’s another one: […]
we can have all the dinners, we can have all the decorations, but really what’s at the heart of a great holiday, no matter how great the food was, how beautiful the decorations were, what makes or breaks a holiday is the relationships we have with people and whether we enjoy the people or not.
When Sophie Berger’s twin sister Charlotte died, she left behind two small children. Berger has undertaken a project to help bereaved children and their families by putting on a fundraiser for the charity Grief Encounter. The event is Berger’s project […]
Valerie Kimani is well known in East Africa for winning the first season of its most prominent reality show, Project Fame, and for her talent as a singer. In an article she wrote for True Love, a leading African Woman’s […]
On July 7, Novi, Michigan, resident Maria Dismondy saved a mother and her child from drowning, but was unable to save the child’s father. While many saw her as hero, her inability to save the father nagged at her heart. […]
One of the most common problem parents face today is finding the time and energy to spend quality time with their kids. Lynne Richardson could empathize, being a parent who struggled to make time for her children and who felt […]
Charlene Murphy: So, knowing that there are going to be disagreements between people, what can you suggest? How do you suggest people actually communicate with each other when there is a disagreement? Some people like to argue for days, they […]
Charlene Murphy: You know, David, with today’s families, the way we have so much going on with our kids, especially when they start getting into pre-teen and teenage years, all of us are going in so many different directions; I […]
Earlier this year, Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham was interviewed for an hour on Good Life Radio about communication within families. The complete transcript of this radio interview is given here in three articles. Charlene Murphy: Hi, this is Charlene […]