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Relationships
10/18/2018
Let's Talk About the No Contact Rule. Does It Work? Find yourself wanting to get your ex-boyfriend or husband back? Will no contact make him move on or reconsider? The conventional no contact rule to get him back has been tossed around a lot and its time to toss it out... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Marriage, Relationships, Values
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09/29/2018
4 Tips for Keeping the Love Alive Commercial media is full of examples of every couples' deepest fear: that as time progresses their love will change and fade to a point at which it is irreparable... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Choose Wisely-Treat Kindly, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Values
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09/20/2018
5 Ways to Help Your Partner Eat Healthier 'How to get a significant other to eat healthier' is one of the top questions I get from clients. It can be challenging when you're trying to adopt a cleaner way of eating but can't bring your partner along for the ride... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Health, Relationships, Values
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09/12/2018
Inner Steps to Take Before Approaching Effective Conflict It is not always possible to pause with yourself before engaging in conflict with your partner. But if you can create the pause, it will serve you greatly to do your own inner work before entering into the dialogue with your partner... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Mental Health, Relationships, Values
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08/30/2018
Loneliness, Invisibility and Shame: The Three Damaging Responses to Depression ...It's hard work to accept and work with depression. You're trying to use your mind - the part of you that's not functioning well - to fix itself. It's a bit like trying to run on a broken leg in order for it to heal. But that's what you have to do... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Mental Health, Relationships, Values
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08/14/2018
Want to Feel More Connected in Your Relationship?  5 Simple Tips in Choosing Yourself First Have you wondered why you don't seem to be a priority to others? Do you feel like you give more than you get? Are you totally over being exhausted in relationships? You can change all of that. It's simple. Maybe not easy, but simple... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Mental Health, Relationships, Values
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08/07/2018
7 Reasons to Say 'No' and Do it with Confidence With endless work deadlines, social engagements, and family responsibilities, it can feel like we're in a constant battle with time. Learning to say 'NO' more often just might be the solution. Appreciating your need for some 'me time' is one of the most fulfilling gifts you can give yourself and others... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Character-Courage-Conscience, Mental Health, Relationships, Values
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08/01/2018
Moving from Dating to Building a Healthy Relationship - Six Tips in Cultivating Love We visualize this false perception of being a couple after a few dates when our partner has a completely different idea of what dating means. We all want transparency. Guessing games become filled with unnecessary anxieties about where we fit within the relationship... More >>

Tags: Choose Wisely-Treat Kindly, Dating, Marriage, Relationships, Values
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07/23/2018
7 Ways to Measure the Core Connection in Your Love Relationship Are we scared to love at our highest capacity? Do past hurts keep us a bit reserved in our affections for another person? I've come up with some key questions to help you evaluate the strength and openness in a new relationship. Here are my self-interview questions when thinking about my partner... More >>

Tags: Choose Wisely-Treat Kindly, Dating, Marriage, Relationships, Values
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07/09/2018
Life Lessons from Dementia Caregiving: Promises Made and Broken In 1965, I was 9 years old when my grandfather was moved to a nursing home. The massive wooden door of the old mansion-turned-institutional care facility always opened with a soiled sense of despair. While visiting her father over the years, my mother would softly sob: 'Promise never to put me in a nursing home.' As a young child eager to please her mother, I promised... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Relatives, Stress, Values
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