I was fortunate to have been interviewed by Leslie Mann, a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, for an article about a study done on young men ages 18-22 which stated that men like smart women, but from a distance. Continue reading
Earlier I was listening to motivational speaker Lisa Nichols’ Periscope video where she read sections from her upcoming book Abundance Now and I was inspired to share some of her insights. Continue reading
When it comes to relationships, do you find yourself staying in the relationship longer than necessary? Maybe the relationship has completed itself — you’ve broken up or don’t emotionally connect anymore– but you still hold on and can’t seem to move past it. Or maybe you have a history of dating men (or women) who don’t seem to appreciate you, take all that they can from you, yet leave you feeling disappointed, disrespected and low about yourself. Continue reading
Having started reading the Success Principles by Jack Canfield and experienced my own personal success recently, I’m inspired to share about the power of visualization and how to effectively use visualization to manifest your desires.
Have you noticed how some people drain your energy? You’re in a good mood, going about your daily busy, feeling completely carefree. Then suddenly someone, let’s say your partner, enters your space and says something that completely ruins your mood.
Wouldn’t it be nice if life was an easy journey, if things just magically appeared all of the time and you felt great no matter what? Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up each morning and feel joyful and at ease?
Setting healthy clear boundaries is one of the most loving things you can do for yourself and your relationships. Personal boundaries communicate what you will and will not tolerate from others, and encourage respect, support and understanding within your relationships. By setting boundaries, you are also respecting yourself and building your own self-esteem because you are taking responsibility for how you feel and showing others that you deserve to be treated well.
Is needing someone a bad thing? I used to think it was. Years ago, before my personal transformation, admitting that I needed someone or something would bring me face-to-face with my fears of appearing “needy” or selfish. To say that I needed love, attention, or affection made me feel rather pathetic and weak. Not something I was willing to do.
“Only in relationship can you know yourself, not in abstraction and certainly not in isolation. The movement of behavior is the sure guide to yourself. It’s the mirror of your consciousness; this mirror will reveal its content, the images, the attachments, the fears, the loneliness, the joy and sorrow…” – J. Krishnamurti
All relationships reflect back to us who we believe we are as well as our unresolved issues. They show the beliefs, wounds, and other triggers that are stored in our subconscious mind. Continue reading
Recently during my coaching calls with clients and in speaking with friends, the subject of chemistry or “connection” has been a topic of discussion. As we all have experienced at some point in our lives, being connected with someone of the opposite sex is such an ecstatic feeling! All healthy relationships require connection and chemical attraction, as they are essential ingredients for fulfilling relationships.