When one person gives something to another, who benefits most—the recipient or the giver? Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD, the founder of Nonviolent Communication, maintained that accepting a gift is actually more of a gift to the giver than the recipient. He believed “It is our nature to enjoy giving and receiving in a compassionate manner.” […]
Last week, for the first time since March, a client came into our office—but only after a staff member took her temperature. Both of them were wearing masks. Behavior like this, unimaginable four months ago, is part of the “new normal” as businesses slowly begin to reopen. While temperature checks and mask-wearing may only last […]
Kahler Financial’s Sarah Swantner wrote a guest blog post for the Dakotas Conference of The United Methodist Church about managing financial trauma. Check it out by clicking the link below. https://www.dakotasumc.org/news/managing-financial-trauma
Tonight on SD Focus, South Dakota Public Broadcasting TV, Stephanie Rissler takes a look at where we’ve been with the pandemic and where we go from here. Rick will provide some insight on what a Financial Therapist is and how to work through some of the financial struggles that many people are dealing with in […]
As a long-time financial planner, I’m seeing more and more clients reach, not just retirement, but their final years. An especially important issue at this stage of life is how to protect your financial resources from an unexpected threat—yourself and those closest to you.