c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun. They add a new dimension to the same old, same old. And they benefit our overall health, too. If you are just joining us, be sure to check out the past few installments on herbal aphrodisiacs, too, after giving this week’s stars a tumble.
As a relationship expert, I see that as meaning relationship to self and to others. It’s hard to have a really good relationship with others, whether it’s your significant other, a family member, a co-worker, etc. unless you feel good about you. Of course, that raises the ever-present question about how to increase the good feelings about you.
As John Gray, PhD, so famously states Boys are from Mars, Girls are from Venus and all Children are from Heaven. Societies throughout the world are currently undergoing a global shift in consciousness to the possibilities that lay ahead for us when we focus on relaying positive messages and reinforcing positive behaviors.
Dearest Ne-Yo, I used to like you. “Miss Independent” was once my personal anthem, and I sang it loud and proud, feeling each word with every fiber of my being. “Cause she walk like a boss/Talk like a boss/Manicured nails to set the pedicure off/She’s fly effortlessly….” You CLEARLY knew what you were talking about.
You only get one chance to make a first impression. Let’s look at a few simple guidelines to help you write that irresistible introductory email to the potential future love of your life.
A lot of divorced women carry around with them a lot of “baggage” or “clutter” in their minds. When I say this I mean that they are still holding onto things that they say they should do but don’t, or things they should not do but do! They hold on to the argument they had and now they are not speaking to that person. The coulds and shoulds in your life that hold you back – you need to let go, but you don’t.
I coach a lot of people who are in a state of dissatisfaction with something in their lives. Their marriages are not what they used to be, their jobs are not what they expected, their kids are not behaving with respect, and they wonder what it would be like to live a completely different life.
Uncertainty. It's like a black hole that can swallow you alive. It's probably one of the most prominent challenges that I help my coaching clients deal with on a regular basis. It causes more worry, anxiety, and self-doubt than any other concern I have come across. It creates frustration and paralysis. It can take someone from bold and confident to neurotic and scared. I've seen it over and over and while the circumstances are always unique, the symptoms are the same: