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The Sweet Spot of Surrender

The Sweet Spot of Surrender

Often when I bring up the notion of “surrendering” in my sessions with clients, the idea is met with a sense of resistance or annoyance, as if I was suggesting giving up.  However, the kind of surrendering I am talking about is the kind that allows us to flow with life rather than resist it.

Is TV ruining your love life?

Is TV ruining your love life?

According to a study coming up in "Psychology of Popular Media Culture," researchers at the University of Michigan conducted a survey designed to test how the shows we watch on TV, specifically sitcoms, romantic comedies and reality-based dating shows affect (or is that infect?) our outlook on love. According to the results, they found that people who watch sitcoms are measurably more cynical when it comes to their views on love and romance. While that may be news to some, I find it entirely predictable and here’s why:

Wake Up Today With Someone Who Loves You

Wake Up Today With Someone Who Loves You

Every girl wakes up thinking how beautiful it would be to have her handsome husband wrap his caring arms around her to be softly kissed on the forehead and be told how beautiful she is every day. A man who is strong, courageous and protects her, a man who allows her to feel safe, loved and appreciated. He can proudly say he loves you every day and wants to tell the world she is mine. A man who allows her to be fully who she is on the inside, expressing her inner delights freely.

The Myth Of Having It All
Finding that balance will bring you so much joy.

The Myth Of Having It All

Life can be very demanding. When you don't have that balance between your work life and home life, it can be even more challenging. Belinda Brown shows us how to not strive for perfection but for balance.