Once you learn about the Principles your relationships change dramatically. It's amazingly refreshing to see your accountability in the bad feeling that is often marbled through our important relationships. But it's always surprising when you suddenly wake up to a pattern of thinking that was subtle enough to miss but more pervasive than you thought. For me that was expectations. These things account for a lot of the dissatisfaction and discord in our important relationships. Join me in exploring the insight that woke me up to the subtle perfection that I was missing in my relationship and the totally reasonable excuse that I had for missing it.
Kara StambackKara Stamback, M.S. has always had a passion for helping people and her early exposure being raised with the principles gave her the vehicle to do that. After earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in psychology from University of California, Riverside and Western Washington University, respectively, she began her career with Pransky and Associates, an internationally known organization which has pioneered the teaching of the three principles in business, with individuals, couples, families and in training professionals. In her almost 20 year tenure at Pransky and Associates Kara has held nearly every role in the organization and is now a partner in the organization. She loves working with couples, individuals, leaders and parents but her current passion is designing virtual offerings. She and her sister, Erika Bugbee, bring an unwavering inspiration and enthusiasm in creating an entire web-based virtual division of Pransky and Associates to spread the learning that has changed their own lives and the lives of their families and clients. Kara continues to be grateful for having found a line of work that gives her so much fulfillment and inspiration. When she’s not working Kara enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, taking in the beauty of her home in the Northwest United States and loves going to the movies.