Ever wonder why forgiving is such a tough thing to do, especially when we most likely know that forgiveness puts us on the road to more love and freedom? Primarily, it’s because many of us equate forgiveness with allowing or letting someone off the hook for wrongdoing. We think that by forgiving someone, we’re saying that what they did was okay.
My wife and I recently celebrated our 36th wedding anniversary. As I reflected on this, I decided to share my list of the top 10 things I have learned in 36 years, in no particular order.
This is one skill I want you to master: Rejecting online rejection. Learning to accept rejection gracefully, with as few “dings” to your self-esteem as possible, is key to finding your true love. As a dating coach, I’ve found the #1 reason you won’t have success online is giving up too soon. What you perceive as online rejection can exhaust you mentally and the positive attitude you started out with will quickly dwindle. Here are 4 things to know to help you move forward in the online dating world with your self-esteem intact!
Are you prepared for the ups and downs that marriage offers? Before you can truly determine if you are ready for marriage take a step back and answer these questions first.
Roulette came from a word meaning little wheel. Dating is a lot like that favorite casino game, except the stakes are much higher. Your feelings and his, are up for grabs. You've gotta learn the rules of dating with a bit of glam.
With tax time just around the corner, I know that money is on the minds of many right now. And, there’s most likely a host of limiting beliefs and patterns about your Money Story that might be kicking up for you right now. If you’ve been listening to my recent tele-classes lately, I’m continually sharing how limiting beliefs about money are actually not about the money at all – in fact it’s never about the money, it’s more about what money represents – the power we give it and fears it can bring up.
Technology is here to stay. I get it. It has vastly improved innumerable aspects of our lives and I’m grateful. However, the one area it can get in the way is in your love life. A few years ago I was on a (really good!) date with a man. The date was so fun and the guy was a real king. Great conversation, chivalrous, complimentary – the whole deal. As I reflected on the date the next day, I realized every time he took a bathroom break – he was gone for a long time.
Have you ever dated someone and got to that crossroads in your relationship where you were wondering if it was worth going forward? You knew that he was a decent guy. But was he “THE” guy that you want to spend the rest of your life with? And the more you debated this with yourself, the more you drove yourself crazy? Right?
In honor of this day, I wanted to write about what touched me most: faith. Like many, I find myself at point in life where I just don't have the same willpower I once did. I tell myself to do things like eat healthier or get more exercise, but I'm just not motivated the way I used to be. When giving up is not an option, but motivation isn't working, where else can you turn?