People know that they shouldn’t allow the words and behaviors of other people impact them. However, that’s easier said than done. Life is complicated, and so are relationships. It’s no wonder that sometimes people get all tangled up in their attempt to “help out” or be of service. There’s nothing wrong with trying to help … Continue reading How to Create a Drama Free Zone
Recently, I researched the top five most popular personal goals that people have for this year. After thorough examination, here are the results: Enjoying Life Being Healthy Being Happy Having Emotional Intimacy Pursuing Ideals and Passions These five concepts are also ones that I work on with my clients. What stands out, both … Continue reading Create a Life Make-Over
Stress is a five letter word. People’s lives are jam-packed with demands on time, money, thoughts, and emotions. It’s no wonder that we often feel “stressed out.” In this blog, I’ll offer three stress busting hacks. The first hack is for immediate relief. The second hack is to reduce a stress attack and get it … Continue reading Three foolproof methods for eliminating stress.
Nothing makes a conversation more awkward than being asked a question that you don't want to answer. At first, the question seems so innocent, but somehow it manages to cut us to the bone. Here are a few examples: When Grandma hugs you and then pops the question, "We didn't get divorced in … Continue reading How to Answer Questions You Don’t Want to Answer
The end of a relationship can feel surreal. At first we're stunned that our partner is no longer our partner anymore. As the shock wears off, survival mode kicks in. Our brain is wired to help us survive. When a relationship ends we feel tremendous pain, and, to a certain extent, we feel like our … Continue reading Whose To Blame For The End?
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