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Eddie Konold

About Eddie Konold

Eddie Konold, M.A., L.P.C., CAC II, is a Licensed Professional Counselor. In his private therapy practice, he works with couples, families, individuals and teens. Eddie lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with his wife, Katie, daughter Charley Rose, 4, and son Micah, 2.

Giving Permission for What is So

By |July 6th, 2015|

‘What is so’ means what is already in existence. Examples are “My wife is mad at me”, “I yelled at my child”, “We are fighting right now”, “I’m frustrated and don’t know what to say next”. ‘What is so’ is basically what part of life we are currently dealing with. When ‘What is so’ is [...]

Love as the Ultimate Expression of the Self

By |July 1st, 2015|

I believe that the ultimate expression of any human being is love. Not that our other thoughts and feelings aren’t valid or real, but that at the source of it all, love is where we come from and seek to return to. We humans seem to be hardwired to seek the experience of love.

Changing Self vs. Changing Other

By |June 28th, 2015|

For me, the beauty of changing myself versus changing my partner is that I feel empowered to be a driver in the relationship I am in. When I focus on changing my wife, I am often left feeling frustrated, helpless and somewhat of a victim in the situation. When I have the wisdom to focus [...]

The Importance of Connection

By |June 25th, 2015|

The experience of being connected to the people around us is a fundamental component of our emotional well-being. Disconnected is loneliness and connected is loved. In loneliness, there is some sense of rejection from the world. In love, there is a sense of being accepted and welcomed in.

Communication is the Fabric of Relationship

By |June 18th, 2015|

Communication is the fabric of relationship. It is what connects us. What you are saying to your partner and how you are saying it deserve the utmost care and respect.