How does one live after being hurt? You live. You forgive the painful experience, learn from it, and live freely. Don't tie yourself down by being angry, or bitter. If you could use more insight on forgiveness, read this article by expert Kim Openo.
When was the last time you hugged yourself for being such a beautiful person? Can you remember the last time you gave yourself a pat on the back for all that you've accomplished in life as well as for the obstacles you've crossed? If you can't, it's time you start. Read the article for more advice on self- improvement.
I recently attended a 40-hour divorce mediation training. Forty hours is the requirement in my state to practice as a divorce mediator. That’s not why I did it though. As a divorce coach, many of my clients are going through mediation and I wanted to support them as best as possible during the process. I truly believe that mediation is a better way to “do” divorce. And I believe that because I walked out of my first mediation meeting and never went back.
My Interfaith Marriage Perspective On Easter Sunday, I attended Catholic mass with my wife. This would not seem unusual to most people, and we have attended Catholic services together since our marriage. I will title our life together as the new catholic marriage and the new catholicism. What does make our situation more unique, however, is that I am of the Jewish faith. This dichotomy could have made our union impossible, had our love for each other not been so strong.
Dating coach David Wygant encourages you to put down your phone and get alert. When you're paying attention to what you're doing and with whom you're doing it with, your chances of finding love will multiple.
Question: When men learn I am highly educated and successful, they often get intimidated. It doesn’t make for a successful dating life and it is also so disheartening, especially because I’ve worked so hard to achieve these goals. Answer:
If you want to live and lead a happy life, you must love yourself enough to give yourself what you deserve. This means "no settling"! You can't settle for something that doesn't offer what you want and need. Think about this the next time you take that first date. Learn to put your standards first by reading the article and getting even more: personal development coach advice!
As I was standing in line waiting, a man was standing nearby. He was talking to his wife on the phone trying to figure out her order. His voice was loud, back and forth the conversation went, he trying to get her order correct and growing more frustrated and condescending with each interchange of the conversation. The conversation dragged on for what seemed like hours to me. The tone of his voice sent me into major anxiety and I wanted to run out of the store. It took all the strength I could muster to wait for my order to be completed.
Mary tells me in a face-to-face session, "Steve is always criticizing me... how do I get him to stop?" Fiona tells me in a Skype session, "Jeff is often withdrawn. I feel so angry about this." It is always easy to see what your partner is doing that you do not like,.. and it is generally very challenging to see your end of a dysfunctional relationship system...